Post # 1
Long story short, I am about to have two erings.
When my parents divorced, we thought my mom’s rings were gone. We recently found them, and now she is having them made into a ring for me. This ring will have a 1 carat center stone and an anniversary band put into one setting.
My ering now is 7/8 ctw. It is a three stone. I love my ring because Fiance proposed to me with it, but I love my mom’s ring because it’s the only part of my parents’ marriage that’s left.
Could I wear both rings interchangeably as an ering or should I wear one as a right hand ring?
Post # 4
This is my ring now.
My mom’s rings are going to be made into rings that I help design. It is her 1 ct princess solitare, an anniversary band (probably 1/2 ct.), and her original ering from the 1980’s. I can make it one ring or two if I choose. Right now, I’m just looking for inspiration.
Post # 5
@ama0219: you can have you e-ring center stone removed and out your mom’s 1ct diamond in the center…I think that would look nice that away you get the best of both worlds
Post # 6
I agree with June. I think it would be nice to use your mom’s center stone in your Fiance’s ring, and use her anniversary ring as your wedding band (or a stacker) and use the center stone your fiance gave you as a pendant or something. That way nothing sits in a box 🙂
Post # 7
Personally I wouldn’t want to change my original e-ring, but I’m a very sentimental person and I know my Fiance would be upset if I wanted to replace my center stone. I would wear the other ring on my right hand or wear the band stacked with my rings from my Fiance
It’s all personal choice!
Post # 8
Can you use the diamonds on your mom’s ring for your wedding band and maybe have interlocking designs?
Post # 9
I’m thinking that I will keep my original ering and already picked out wedding band and wear my mother’s rings as a custom right hand ring. I don’t think I could part from my ering, but I have been waiting for these rings for years now so I couldn’t turn them down either.