Post # 1
I have a e-ring from DHs grandma and a W-ring from my grandma. i love them but they are two totally different rings. wish i could post a pic but they always end up blurry.
My w ring is very thick so i can wear both for about two days and my finger starts to get sore lol. w-ring is yellow gold with nuggets all around. i have triangular sets of white gold surrounding dimonds. My e-ring is white gold with a large purple sapphire in the middle and two white dimonds on the side.
so my question is when you cant wear them together : what finger should you put your other ring on? i would like to wear my wedding ring on my ring finger but which finger should i put my e-ring on now? same hand? other hand- ring finger?
Thank you ladies for your opinions!
Post # 3
A picture would be really helpful. Even if it is blurry. Are you set on wearing both everyday or can you just wear one at a time?
Maybe you can buy an inexpensive fake w-ring to wear with your engagement ring and wear the real one of your other hand?
Post # 4
@souza_2005: Alot of women do the ring finger of there other hand but its really where its comfortable for you.
Post # 5
I’d say keep the w-ring on the left hand as it should. After all, you are no longer engaged, but married. You could wear the e- ring on the right hand, ring finger if you feel confortable, but I have never been a fan of rings on both hands.
You could rest of the e-ring a few days too and not wear it at all, too.
Post # 6
The band is a little too big on my wedding ring for another ring to fit. But i dont want to offend anyone by wearing one more than the other. i felt bad the other day cuz my MIL wanted to show someone the engagment ring and i wasnt wearing it. :/ its kind of funny but before i got married/engaged i never wore rings.
here are two pics that look like my rings
Mine is pretty simular to this one above but the dimonds are in a triangular set while the middle dimond is a dimond shape. if that makes sense.
Would they be just too different to wear on both hands? I would be fine wearing it on the right hand: ring finger but i wasnt sure. And all my fingers are different sizes so i wanted some Bee opinions before i resized it 🙂
Post # 7
I’ll be wearing my set separately due to the fact that rings aren’t MEANT to be banged up next to each other. That’s why people solder them together. The metal will rub up each other and wear each other down after the years. I tried looking for Leon Mege’s blog where he writes about this, but I can’t find that specific post. Either way, he suggests that we return to the old custom of wearing our e-rings on our right hands. That’s what I will be doing. E-ring on the right hand, wb on the left.
Besides, I’m right hand dominant. I’d love all the extra sparkles and action it will get from being more active : )
Post # 8
Thanks! yeah i think thats what i will do!
Thank you Bees!