Post # 1
I was just wondering. Do you think my ring covers enough of my finger, stone wise? Ive read other post and people said they wanted a stone that covered more of their finger. I never thought about it. I love my ring no matter what. It was org a size 5, but because i wear three rings on 1 finger, i had to go up to a size 6. The down fall of it is. I cant wear them by themselves.
Thanks bees, please feel free to share your beauty’s as well
Post # 2
It looks to me like it covers all of your finger?
Post # 3
It’s all about what YOU want, girl! Some women may want 100% finger coverage, whereas others might want only 20% coverage. It is completely personal preference.
I don’t think anyone is going to look at your ring and thing, “WHOA! That’s huge!” However, they definitely aren’t going to look at it and think, “Eh… That’s too small.” I’d say your ring is an average size that is appealing to many people.
I love the yellow gold, too! 🙂
Post # 4
And since you asked, here’s mine. I am a simple, clasic girl at heart.
Post # 5
I agree with PP, your entire finger is covered lol
Post # 6
Lol it’s so funny what the internet and our unfortunately vain culture makes us wonder about. Your ring is beautiful. Don’t second guess yourself.
Post # 7
oxstardust421xo: I think you ring is very unique and covers the whole width of your finger. I also have to agree with a previous poster that it is all personal preference. Some people like a lot of coverage where as some people don’t. If you love it, that’s all that matters.
Post # 8
Why would you need others to tell you if your ring covers enough of your finger? Sorry, I dont get it…
They (the rings) look a bit tight but they cover your finger so I’m confused. If you love it (and you say you do) that’s all that matters.
Post # 9
- Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island
Ahh, finger coverage. I wish I was like Emma Frost and could turn my whole body into glistening diamonds. Now that’s coverage!
Post # 10
gelaine22: +1 it really does look tight.
Post # 11
Ring finger coverage is another way of saying i want my diamond to take up as much of my finger as possible so it looks bigger. it does not necessarily have to do with carat weight, but how much the stone faces up (how big it looks on top vs holding it’s weight in the bottom where no one sees it). Your ring size also comes into play, obvi the bigger ur finger the bigger the stone u need to cover it. It usually applies more to soliatres, so it’s really not something you have to worry about Since you say you have to wear them together all the time (Your stack). Most of the time women who have a smaller center stone or want more coverage get a halo or add side stones to take up more of the finger, which you already did. if it really bothers you you could upgrade to a larger center stone in the future but I don’t think you need to ESP if you say you love it!
Post # 12
- Wedding: October 2014 - Cape May
I don’t buy into that at all. I’m pretty sure my stone is considered dainty if not small where I am. BUT it’s perfect on my finger. And yours looks just right to me. Who decides what the correct finger coverage is? I roll my eyes at charts like that. Our love shouldn’t be represented by a carat size or mm size. Just my 2 cents.
Post # 13
You love it so who cares! I personally think your rings are gorgeous! I really like the side diamonds.
Post # 14
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I think you have very good finger coverage,
Post # 15
Why settle for just finger coverage?