Posted by: sammerz | 24 May, 2008

O&J

We were killing time by having a stroll in the Glen Waverley Shopping Centre.  Suddenly we had a brilliant idea – why don’t we have our ring sizes checked?  So we walked into a retail jeweller’s store and played around with their standard ring set.  I’m an “O” and hers was a “J”.  OJ, or Orange Juice – easy to remember.

Little did she know I have been planning for almost two months on the design of the ring.  She wanted the following:

  • White Gold
  • 3 Diamonds: 1 big, embraced by 2 smaller ones on opposite sides (representing SGS)
  • Round Brilliant cut

I have been looking around at various jewellers, even considering getting one from overseas (apparently you can get nicer ones for the same price).  Perhaps I’ll wait for a milestone anniversary – and get her an Eternity Ring then… I’m not sure how traditions go.  Time to plan more….

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