Berricle Ring Review- WOW!

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Yeah, I need a manicure…

I’ve never been into fake rings. My mother is a jewelry addict and she always was dripping in real diamonds. I’ve never been much of a diamond person myself, even though I own a ton of them (mostly, because of her). I will admit to being skeptical when I found out I’d be receiving this Berricle ring to review… now I am kind of flabbergasted- especially considering the price ($56.90- plus an additional 30% off coupon code right now).


Here is a LINK to the ring and the description:

“This solitaire with side stones ring is made of rhodium plated fine 925 sterling silver. Band measures 2.5mm in width. Features 1.86 carat oval cut cubic zirconia (9mm x 7mm) in 4-prong setting. Accented with 0.47 ct.tw round cut cubic zirconia in micro pave setting. Nickel free.”


When I opened the box, I couldn’t believe how real it looked (compared to my real diamond jewelry) and how heavy the weight was. It sparkles exactly like a real diamond!


 This one absolutely amazes me. Next to my expensive real rings, it actually looks better.

I was told that many people have been buying Berricle and other synthetic diamonds, such as ASHA and NSCD/Sona rings, as ‘stand ins’ for their real jewelry. I can now see why they would! These aren’t your run of the mill fakes!

With my genuine/antique/real rings, I am constantly worried that I will lose stones. It’s EXPENSIVE to get stones replaces- especially if you have heirloom pieces with one-of-a-kind gems.

Not with this ring. I plan on wearing it and not worrying about it. Also, I am curious to see how long it stays beautiful and shiny with regular use.

I will keep this on and see how it holds up in the future and report back.

 

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4 thoughts on “Berricle Ring Review- WOW!

    • I just found out about baking these Berricle rings to heat treat them and did so- WOW, what a difference! It’s insane.

      They’re fun rings. Most of my good jewelry is antique and I’m scared to death to wear most of them. I’ve ruined stones and lost stones so many times.

      I have about 5 more rings to bring in after the platinum one *sighs*… and that’s just the tip of the iceberg

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  1. To …… missmaisieandme

    How do you bake the jewelry?
    What does it do for it?
    How would I know if it will not hurt it first?
    Can you bake other jewelry besides BERRICLE

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  2. I have five Berricle rings and baked all of them. Turn your oven to 425 and place your ring on a piece of foil. Bake for about two hours and leave it it the oven until it cools down. Baking did not damage my rings, I just didn’t notice any difference.

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