Description:I am looking for a solid model of an engagement ring. I know what I want, but I need someone to model it for me so it can be cast
Wants:Closest to my vision
Don't Wants:Anyone to go over the top
Additional InformationHello, I am looking for a model of an engagement ring. I have someone lined up to make the ring, I just need a model to supply to jeweler. Attached are a couple of examples of what I am looking for.
- Split shank
- Prongs for Square stones
- Small diamonds on the top of the band
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