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Hi ladies, I’ve gotten a few requests for pictures of my 2mm low profile eternity band from MoissaniteCo. I have found these pictures to be so helpful from others so wanted to share in case it helps anyone else make a decision! I had mine made into a 3/4 eternity to allow for resizing in the future.
These pics definitely don’t do the rings justice– they are so much more beautiful in person! I’ll try to take better ones in the future, but my wedding is on Saturday (eek!) so things are a bit hectic around here!
My e-ring (in some of the pics) is sol207 in 2.2mm width, with a 1.8ct equivalent (7mm) cushion Amora moissanite. Both my e-ring and band are palladium.
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@Almost Mrs.P: thank you for posting this!!!!
Post # 6
That is really pretty! I had the same band awhile back.
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im glad im not the only one who has picked a very sparkly wedding band to go with a plain e-ring band. I like them together 🙂
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@Almost Mrs.P: love that look! I’m rocking the same 🙂
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THANK YOU! And I love it. Do you love it?!
Post # 10
oooo I have a low profile eternity too! I’m in love with it!
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- Wedding: April 2015 - Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Punta Cana
so glad I found your thread! Im currently so torn with my choices. my finger is 6.25 so i was concerned about the size of a 1.8 cushion. I know i love the look of 1.5 round but seeing yours I know I could easily go 1.8 cushion.
My next concern is how does the cushion look in real day to day settings?
Compared to diamond what do you think? obviously you love your ring, but just curious over here. can you see a difference when compared to diamond E-Rings?
I really want the cushion to be the right choice for me, but I am worried about the color grade.
Also love love the wedding band. I am also looking into the 2mm and the 1.5mm such a big help to see on here!!
Thanks so much
Post # 11
I echo everyone else on this thread- thank you so much for posting these! I’ve been thinking about this ring for a wedding band, but was concerned about how much it “sticks out” even though it is low profile- these pics help a lot!