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LADIES WEDDING RINGS FOR JUST £18.00 FROM M&S

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
I have be booking everything for my wedding and doing everything on a budget and come accross the gorgus rings. For 2 rings £18 is so good there from markys so u know they are going to last yeah it is a bit cheep but they are lovly if i did not already have my rings like i would get them. x
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#1
After reading the reviews on M&S site even £18 would seem expensive!!!
banned#2
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#3
Good Lord, I'd rather postpone my wedding and save up for real gold and diamonds!
#4
Mascherano
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Ahh, This is true!
#5
andreahh24
Ahh, This is true!
#6
Mascherano
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:lol:
#7
guess ok if your not expecting to be married for long
#8
Think these are a great idea for a man to use to propose, then take your lovely wife to be out to choose a REAL diamond ring. :thumbsup:

I love my bargins- but boys this is one item i girl must insist is real!! When i first got engaged i walked proud showing off my lovely sparkler, had same feelings taking out my daughter in her pram for the first time. Fake ring would be the equivilent to taking a doll out in a pram!! when we get big we want the real thing!!! :-D
#9
As always, the divorce is the part that costs the most money ;-)
#10
GREAT find OP, Heat and Rep. As at £18 it's cheaper than paying a hooker for sex :thumbsup:
1 Like #11
Cheap, tatty crap imo.

Suitable for chavs and illegal immigrants.
#12
Joker100
Cheap, tatty crap imo.Suitable for chavs and illegal immigrants.


OR a short term meaningless relationship :whistling:
#13
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Spot on!
1 Like #14
These rings look lovely, ignore the comments I think doing things on a budget is so sensible. Weddings have got so OTT people end up so much debt it puts a strain on the relationship. It's not about the value on your finger its the love and commitment behind it that matters. Good luck with your wedding.:)
1 Like #15
my partner paid £80 for my engagement ring and i think its lovely you don't need to spend loads of money on a ring if you love each other.
#16
sorry but thats the funniest thing Iv read for a while, £18 for 2 wedding rings? Lovly and cheep! everyones a winner!
1 Like #17
charlie2
my partner paid £80 for my engagement ring and i think its lovely you don't need to spend loads of money on a ring if you love each other.


I paid about that for ours, worked for three weeks for it too in the last full on recession, I was only on £10 a day. She loves it, had it repaired a few times. But that was 20 years ago, now I'm on 20 times that a day andbeen happily married for 19yrs. Any women that would not marry you with a ********* coke can ring I'd kick into touch - kaaaaaaaa boot bye bye. I totally agree with you Charlie, you dont need to spend a fortune at all. Love is all you need :-)
1 Like #18
Shame on you critics.

If that is all someone can afford that is all someone can afford.

It doesn't matter what you spend as long as it is exchanged with love and meaning.

I wouldn't be marrying someone who "insisted" on spending a fortune, what a shallow gold-digging tramp that would be. "look at me, look at me"... ego-centric much?

Good find OP, I shall be having a good look through, my wife already has her rings, but when going on holiday I always worry if mugged she would hesitate taking them off, people have been stabbed, shot and had fingers cut off for rings.
#19
As always, the divorce is the part that costs the most money ;-)

Then maybe it does make sense to buy one of these, and put the money saved into your divorce savings account?
1 Like #20
My bet is that everyone who is slating these loves their plastic and life 'on the tick'.

Have some heat and rep OP. Life isn't about consumerism and expense, it's about living, being free and happy :thumbsup:
#21
There is cheap and there is tat and sadly for M&S these are the latter. Wife had a £50 argos ring that she wore for 10 years but her 20quid wedding ring lasted until our first anniversary. lesson learned, still has the replacement. Read the reviews and buy elsewhere, better stuff to be had in the sales for not much more. Or QVC? :-)
#22
They LOOK lovely and i agree that it is the thought that counts not the price tag. BUT according to one of the reviewers these are; "unwearable unless you are prepared to put up with a discoloured finger and quickly fading metal." No need to spend a fortune but you really need something you can wear every day for years that won't turn your finger green. Shame because they look pretty, would do as costume jewellery or a short-term replacement.
#23
Ignore people comments.

If you like it go for it. All the best for your wedding :-)
#24
When I was pregnant my fingers swelled really bad and I had to stop wearing my own rings.

These would have been great as a stand in as I felt bare without a ring on.
#25
Wedding rings are pretty cheap anyway aren' tthey? I think mine and my wife's were about £100 total in '98.

I'd echo all the comments though, people see engagement as reason to get something hideously expensive - when it's supposed to just be saying "I want to be with you for the rest of my life". If you put a monetary value on that gesture, that's your look out....as an argument against, every girl I know that did the "you should spend x times your weekly wage on my engagement ring" trick aren't with the people they said it to.
#26
Joker100
Cheap, tatty crap imo.

Suitable for chavs and illegal immigrants.


and you a leeds fan !! :)



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i thought the golden rule was one months salary for the ring is that before or after tax
#27
Some of the comments on here are probably the reason most marriages fail....all people care about is how expensive their engagement/wedding ring is rather than just the love between the two people.

Men feel obliged (and pressured) into spending rediculous amounts of money on an engagent ring and its all wrong really - we all get reeled in though, i spent 2 month wages on the engagement ring for my misses and its funny cos the actually wedding probably cost less cos we got married abroad!!!

With regards these though, as long as they are wearable then they will do for some couples, not everyone is materialistic and in times of recesion not everyone has money to burn.
#28
buy two get two for the same price
#29
Jewellery has some of the highest mark-ups of any product so I'm all for a bargain but this is a little too cheap for my tastes. If you are really into saving cash don't bother getting married in the first place!
#30
If i can have my 2 pence worth -
I think the spelling in original post says it all !

I thought I may help you out with some more ways to save on your wedding:
1. Honeymoon in a tent (in your back yard)
2. Camping stove and melted chocolate instead of a fountain
3. Singstar instead of a disco

Only joking but my point is some things are worth saving up for. Rings should last forever and it could be the best day of your life !
#31
a friend of mine had these just as a pair of rings and they turned her fingers green .. so not something i would suggest for wedding rings
#32
best way dont do it in the first place, save a fourtune in the long run

and another tip don't cement the patio slabs down, takes ages to get them up
#33
Too expensive for my tastes.

Did my wedding on a fiver, I kid you not, good times and still together.

Only a complete berk would go out and blow wads of cash on a ring they can ill afford. just to express their love for someone. What a load of sentimental tosh.

Good on you OP for doing it on a budget. Ignore the muppets on here with their claimed high flying ways. Most of them still find the missionary position exciting.
#34
dirtyleedshawks
If i can have my 2 pence worth -
I think the spelling in original post says it all !

I thought I may help you out with some more ways to save on your wedding:
1. Honeymoon in a tent (in your back yard)
2. Camping stove and melted chocolate instead of a fountain
3. Singstar instead of a disco

Only joking but my point is some things are worth saving up for. Rings should last forever and it could be the best day of your life !


:roll: ok..now crawl back under your rock. Dont judge people just because they may not be as keyboard literate as you.
#35
Quirrel

Most of them still find the missionary position exciting.


What? so there are 'other' positions?? :?


:roll:
1 Like #36
(Good Lord, I'd rather postpone my wedding and save up for real gold and diamonds!)

Real gold and diamonds are over rated and at the moment getting people into unnecessary debt!! Its the commitment from the individual, not some silly ring.

This is a great deal!!!
#37
If they were good quality rings and had good reviews these would be excellent at this price.

When I'm ready to get married I'd rather give a good quality yet low cost ring to my wife-to-be and spend the rest on a really nice honeymoon.

I'd never get married to a girl who wanted the most expensive ring possible as I don't like people like that. Obviously I'd never buy a ring with faults like this one seems to have but I wouldn't spend more than a few hundred either.

These are good for people on a budget and it's a good idea to not start your married life off with large debts.
#38
abx
If they were good quality rings and had good reviews these would be excellent at this price.

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If these were good rings with good revews they wouldnt be £18 !! :whistling:
#39
Mascherano
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Can use POLO mints for that.
#40
You're probably better off with something like this white gold, cubic zirconia ring at £49.99:
http://www.hsamuel.co.uk/webstore/detail/R/3678229/

http://s7ondemand4.scene7.com/is/image/Signet/3678229?$detail$

I think it looks fine.

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