Post # 1
i had the jeweler shave 1mm off of the ering. What do you think, bees? Does it look better now? It didn’t get a lot of love before so I am hoping this helps. I have been thinking about it over and over ever since I picked the original up. He told me it should be a 3mm band instead of a 4mm all along so, I have to admit, I think the jeweler is right. Do you? The first pic is the 4mm band and the second is the 3mm.
Post # 3
@bnamrs4evr: Love it with the thinner band 🙂 Good choice! Beautiful set!
Post # 4
@bnamrs4evr: yes it definitely looks better! daaaaang that’s a lot of bling!! lovely!
Post # 5
Yes, I definitely prefer the thinner band.
Post # 6
It does looks better, not that it didn’t look great to begin with, mind you. It defintately makes your centre stone look bigger too! Good change!
Post # 7
gorgeous! And it makes your center stone POP!
Post # 9
I like the thinner band. It is a beautiful set. I love how the bands compliment the center stone.
Post # 11
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent's backyard
yes, I prefer thinner bands.
Post # 12
@bnamrs4evr: Oooo!! Sooo much bling! I love the new thinner version mainly because it makes your center stone pop and the e-ring band looks perfectly proportional with your wedding band and anniversary band (?). Your jeweler did a wonderful job!
Post # 13
@bnamrs4evr: Yess!! It was pretty before but it’s beautiful now. It makes your stone pop as PP ahave said it doesn’t look to bulky..and I love thicker bands personally. However the band still gives good coverage. Great choice !!
Post # 14
your jeweller was right. thinner band.
Post # 15
Beautiful set! Good call! 🙂