Post # 1
I don’t want to soder ( the spelling doenst look right on that ) my e-ring to my wedding band, but if the rings sping because one is curved band around a three stone round engagement ring it looks funny. Does anyone know if they sell something like a clip to clip it together? The jewlery store said they didn’t think that anyone did but werent sure.
Post # 3
Yup, go to a watch repair shop. They usually have ring guards, like if the ring is too loose, as well as the band clips. Cost me about $8 to have mine clipped together. For some weird reason, it’s tough to find a jewelry store that will do this.
Post # 4
I also looked into this before deciding to solder my contour wedding band, and didn’t find anything that would work long-term, or that was comfortable. I’m really happy with my rings soldered, I will add, as they are always aligned 🙂 It gave me an excuse to purchase a single straight band to wear alone if I want to.
I always thought that integrating magnets in the alloy would be a cool idea…so the two rings could be attracted to each other 😉 Hasn’t been invented yet, that I know of.
Here’s my set for reference, before soldering :
Post # 5
@fishbone: wait really? I was thinking of this exact same thing earlier today becasue I really dont want to solder them. I’m just so afraid of them messing up my rings.
Post # 6