Post # 1
So Bees, let’s talk about the metal in your rings. It’s usually advised to stick to one metal type but because of our tastes or budget, we may just vary it up a bit. For instance, the e-ring may be platinum but in order to save money, we get a matching w-band in 18k gold.
Choose the option that best describes your ring set and tell us how it has held up with regards to wear/tear, scratching, denting etc.
To those who have mixed metals, would you advise it? Would you not?
Post # 3
I have several ‘sets” and I mix and match them quite often 🙂 I like variety! I am currently in the market or either a moissanite or an ASHA….not sure which. I think whichever I find for the best deal. I also love vintage and deals on preowned pieces and will add/sell when something I see sparks me. My original ering is a 1 ct diamond set in platimum, and that one is here to stay, but I do stack/change my band(s). I have been doing this for years and have never seen any wear or damage to anything.
Post # 4
i have a platinum ering and it was advised to get the same metal in band.
here is the post with all the reasons why:
Post # 5
I have the same metal (platinum) for my wedding set (see above comment with link about why not to mix, I haven’t read the link but I’m assuming it’s the same advice I got…plus I wanted them to match anyway!), but I love to mix and match on my right hand with fun less expensive rings and bands.
Post # 6
I mix different colors of gold but I don’t mix the metals.
Post # 7
white gold e-ring and rose gold wedding band
Post # 8
@BearyLovely: CAn you post a pic – I’ve been thinking of doing this, but haven’t been able to find pics!
Post # 10
Mine is 14k white gold e-ring and titanium wedding band that matches my husbands.
Post # 11
I have a platinum ering and wedding band but I’m getting a 1.5mm rose gold stacker!