Post # 1
So my anniversary is coming up and I was thinking about getting an upgrade morganite ring but now I’m rethinking that since of morganite a supposed softness and possibility if fading color. So I’m wondering about just getting two bands on either side for my engagement ring that we never did. If is an antique filigree Art Deco ring and because of the different shape im finding it a little difficult to find bands for it. I would like them to have some diamonds in them to add a little bling bcuz it is a smaller size diamond. Can anyone help me on ideas or have pictures of your own? I was also wanting to possibly have the bands be in rose gold (since I am LOVING that right now) but dont known if that would looke weird…??? Thanks in advance! Here is my ring 🙂
Post # 2
Maybe instead of either side do a stack….? Your ring is beautiful btw 🙂
Post # 3
You need to look for contoured rings to go on either side, since it seems you’re not a gap girl. Contour rings have a bit of a curve to them, so they wrap closer to your band. I would tell a jeweler what you want. They might not have exactly the right shape, but often they can be modified to fit.
I think rose gold would look lovely with it. And, before I forget… Your ring is gorgeous!
Post # 4
Oooo OP pretty! I love Edwarian rigns! And majorairhead, that stack is FAB!
Post # 5
Aacoonra: I also have an art deco ring, and it’s a similar shape to yours.
My ring is from the 1940s. I went to a bunch of antique jewelry places and found a wedding band from the 30s-40s. It’s currently getting resized but it looks a bit like this one (but mine is all white gold, same look though and also with five small diamonds):
I don’t like curved wedding bands with art deco rings because I think they sort of ruin the symmetry. I wasn’t sure what would look right with my ring, but this style looks like it was made for my ring. The band I chose is very petite, with just five small diamonds in the front (with the art deco side detailing shown above). It doesn’t take away from the beauty of my e-ring, just adds to it. I think with rings like ours you just have to try on a bunch of styles to see what looks “right”. I thought I wanted a channel set eternity band, but when I put them on with my e-ring they looked really odd and mismatched. Just trial and error- gorgeous ring btw!
Post # 6
I love all the antique rings! Here is a curved band sold by MoissaniteCo.
Post # 7
Thanks so much ladies!!! I may have to hit some local jewelers and see what I can find. I do love my ring. It is from the 1920s and while the diamond is small it is super sparkly and even the setting sparkles a ton so it’s really pretty IMO. Thanks again! I think all this ring stuff is making me go crazy :/
Post # 8
I LOVE your ring OP! I suggest you take it to a jeweler that does custom work and see if they can help you design some custom shaped bands to go with it.