Post # 1
My e-ring is shaped a little differently than most and I’m having a tough time deciding what to do for a wedding band.
Any ideas? I’m all ears! Any suggestions will do.
Below is a pic of my ring. I have an heirloom old mine cut stone set in the middle. The only difference between the pic and mine is that mine is 4 prong, not 6.
Post # 3
I think a straight pave band would look best next to it. With the slight “dip” into the center part of your e-ring, there will be a bit of a concave gap, but I actually prefer that because you’ll be able to distinguish each ring as its own separate entity.
Post # 4
I probably would not wear another band at all since it looks like 2 bands already.
Post # 5
Thanks for noticing the gap. Because of the dip in the ring, I wasn’t sure if it’d look weird or off balance having a straight pave ring but that’s the way I had been leaning, too. I like it when you can distinguish the difference between the rings, too. Thanks for you input!
…Still listening in 🙂
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Post # 7
A straight band would look fine if you dont mind the gap but either that or a contour band would look lovely
Post # 8
- Wedding: February 2013 - Mansion House at the MD Zoo
I would actually do something very simple, just a platinum/white gold band. Either contured to your ring or straight, depending on your preference about gaps, but your ring is beautiful and bling-y as it is and I think you don’t want to take away from that. Just a simple band that shows you are marriedbut won’t overpower your gorgeous e-ring I think would be lovely. And remember, there is always the option of stackable bands for anniversaries. 🙂 More pave, colors, etc etc.