Post # 1
I found a really nice 1ct Canadian diamond ring for a really good price, but my mother offered her .45 ct marquise diamond. I’d like to incorporate it into the wedding band, but I don’t know how it would look with the large roud solitaire engagement ring. Any ideas? Has anyone had a large single ring for their wedding band too? I don’t want it to look like I’m wearing two engagement rings. The marquise is a small to medium sized and is slightly narrower than the typical diamond shape you’d see on a deck of cards. Thoughts? Ideas? Go crazy. Thanks!
Possible engagement ring:
Post # 3
I think the round would look good with the marquise turned on it’s side below it. =)
Post # 4
@IreneeBeanie: you can also have a custom made east-west marquise set into an infiniti band.
Post # 5
I agree with PP- Do the round as your engagement ring and have the marquise set east-west in a wedding band! You could even have small accent diamonds on the sides of the marquise so it’s not just two solitaires.
Post # 6
Thanks ladies! I really want to feel confident that it could work, it’s my mom’s diamond after all.
I like the idea of laying it east-west. Makes it less of the focus. Didn’t think of that infiniti band either, looks nice
So I love tulip mounts on marquis diamonds, like this pic below (keep in mind that’s a 1.7ct diamond from Portillo Chic – a Google search gone right. My diamond is much smaller, so it would be shorter.) So I could take the marquis and mount it east-west in a tulip. Any ideas on how to make it blend in better as a band? Or how to add side diamonds to blend it in and make them look good?
Post # 7
@IreneeBeanie: I think it would look aweesome to have the marquis flush set east/west in a band, maybe with other smaller scattered diamonds..somewhat like this..
Post # 8
@mrsmay07: That’s a good idea too. I didn’t think of scattered diamonds to go with it either, but that’s neat.