Post # 1
I have seen many RHR on here that are larger than the persona actual E ring/wedding set. Ever since I have been engaged I only wear my E ring. I feel like my RHR will outshine my E ring even though the quality of my E ring is much greater than my RHR’s. Any other Bees have this smiliar thought? Do you rock your RHR with no problem even it being larger? Here are stock photos of some of my RHR’s as well as my E ring (even though its been posted on here plenty of times already). You can see why I dont want to just let these beautiful RHR’s just sit in my jewlery box.
. 75 Radiant center stone in a cushion halo with pave-set diamonds and two princess cut stones on the sides. ctw is 1.5. I will be adding 2 bands that will bring it to almost 2 ctw.
7MM Cushion cut green Amethyst in sterling silver 1.50 CT
Purple Amethyst (1-1/4 ct. t.w.) and Diamond (1/10 ct. t.w.)
Cant find my specs on this but center stone is about 3ct white topaz with a white sapphire halo set in white gold.
Maybe you didnt need the specs on my rings but it was still kind of fun revisiting my beauties 🙂
Post # 3
I do not rock a RHR, but I want to! I am really liking that cushion cut amethyst! So pretty! It’s my favorite color (purple), and I think it would compliment my e-ring quite nicely!
Post # 4
Personally I am not a fan of RHRs woth a.center stone because ot takes away from the ering. I like switching things up and if I had your beautiful RHRs I’d switch them out with my ering every now and then jist for a different look. But that is JMHO.
Post # 5
I have a RHR and I love it….I really don’t worry if it overpowers it or not really b/c I love it so much! My RHR center stone is larger than my E-ring stone but people still always notice my E-ring.
I love the purple above…I think wi th it being a colored gem stone it’s less likely to take away from your e-ring vs the clear stones
My e-ring and bands
My current RHR hubby got me for Christmas!
Post # 6
@soontobehisbride: i love your rhr. they are beautiful. i have few rhr that are much larger than my ering. my ering / wband set is pretty large but my rhr centre stones range from 5ct to 8 ct. i love bling. i only wear them when i go out at night. i have more modest ones for daytime.
Post # 7
@weddingbound: i love your new rhr. gorgeous colour.
Post # 8
I wear a diamond flower RHR, and havent considered if it overpowered my e-ring. For me, as long as it’s not a bigger diamond or other white stone that looks like a traditional e-ring, I’d wear it as a RHR.
Post # 9
Sometimes I wear MASSIVE cocktail rings. They are not meant to be in proportion to the e-ring, which looks elegant and demure. These are two very different types of rings!
Post # 10
@weddingbound: I love this RHR! What type of stone is it?
Post # 11
@xcarley: Thanks! Its Alexandrite
Post # 12
@soontobehisbride: I used to exclusively wear a RHR but after receiving my beautiful ering, I stopped wearing it. Although this was just this past Saturday lol. I personally would only want to wear a band-type ring for a RHR. But that’s only personal preference.
Post # 13
For many people who do not wish to upgrade an engagement ring, their RHR is where they wear their major bling. I almost always wear a RHR, and while many days it is a delicate gold ring, there are other times when I wear big ones. IMO, one hand is far enough away from the other that a person can mix metals and wear something entirely unrelated to the e-ring. For a lot of people, the e-ring becomes a part of them and it doesn’t matter what it coordinates with, so with other jewelry anything goes. I’ve never worried about a RHR overpowering my e-ring. The two are unrelated to me.
Post # 14
I am trying to wear RHR’s…I like a hand free of rings, but at the same time jewelery makes me so happy when I look at it, hehe! I wanted my right hand rings to sort of match with my wedding set, without being too much. I’m currently wearing a stack of two bands, one a white gold eternity band, the other a rose gold diamond band. I looooooove the look!!! It’s got sparkle, but with them being bands, it’s simpler than my e-ring.
My bands pictured on my right hand, but I wear them on the left. I love rose gold so much this allows me to enjoy that metal. 🙂 🙂