Post # 1
I have been having trouble choosing a wedding band to go with my e-ring. My e-ring is platinum and has a low setting, which seems to be limiting my options quite a bit! I am looking for a ring that will be flush against my e-ring and I finally found an option that works! However now I am worried that the two don’t “go together” as far as style is concerned. Please let me know what you think!
my e ring:
Post # 3
It looks like it would work to me 🙂
Post # 4
@cestvrai: I think its a very nice choice, since you want the band to sit flush to your ring. It’s just a matter of knowing that you want a simple band opposed to a matching diamond style. For me I don’t know if I could do that–it would bother me that the band and engagement ring don’t match. BUT, I also don’t mind if my band doesn’t sit flush with my ring either. Still–It’s a gorgeous band! 🙂
Post # 5
I think it would “go” fine as long as you don’t mind that it doesn’t match 100%. Personally, I don’t mind if they don’t match, but that’s a personal preference. I also wouldn’t spend that much money on a plain band either.
Post # 6
I think it’ll look nice. Love Tiffany!
Post # 7
Why don’t you get the tiffany’s legacy band?
I think it would work better
Post # 8
@cestvrai: I think that band would look great and compliment your ring nicely. I have seen the yellow gold one in person and really liked it.
Post # 9
I think they’ll definitely “go together,” I love the the band
Post # 10
Thanks so much for the input! I thought they looked OK together, but it definitely helps to hear it from some of you too!
@IzzyBear: I agree that it’s a lot for a plain band. I know that straight, plain platinum bands go for a lot less, but straight bands won’t work for me since they leave such a big gap. Sadly this is the only plain, curved platinum band I’ve been able to find so far.
@menzies: Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately anything from Tiffany that has diamonds is out of my price range, haha.
Post # 11
@cestvrai: does it have to Tiffany’s? You can go to a local jeweler and have a band custom made to match and sit flush.
Post # 12
@cestvrai: I think the two would look awesome! Maybe you should add a poll to get more feedback?
Post # 13
@cestvrai: Oh well than get a replecia, I would usually never say that (I have tiffanys and I hate fakes)
But get a milgrain band with channel diamonds (:
Post # 14
Gazillions of curved platinum bands out there. I was just looking at them last week. They run around $600-$700. You’re paying a premium for the Elsa Peretti name which I would normally say is worth it but there isn’t any artistry involved in a plain band. I say go with a no-name and save the extra cash.
Post # 15
I would actually stay away from the Elsa Peretti. In real life it looks very fluid and modern, and it’s almost completely rounded. Your E-ring is a very classic, almost antique style with sharper lines. I don’t think it would go well together. Like @1inthechamber said, there are TONS of curved bands out there. Even if you don’t see what you like in platinum, if it is a reputable jeweler, they should be able to order their designs in platinum.
Post # 16
- Wedding: April 2016 - Gorse Hill, Surrey, UK
I love pave bands with plain bands! go for it 🙂