Tiffany solitaire with flush wedding band?

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Buzzing bee

You could get a curved band. Otherwise the Tiffany setting isn’t designed to sit flush with a wedding band. Sorry I can’t offer more help.

Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2009 - Mountain Meadow/Mansion

Gorgeous ring! Have you been to Tiffany itself to look? DH originally proposed with a knife edge setting and the only rings that sat flush with it were at Tiffany. I have a fairly well-sized emerald cut, which makes the ability to find a ring that sits flush that much trickier, and it was not a problem at T&Co.

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

I haven’t purchased a wedding band yet, but this is the one I am planning on getting. No straight bands will sit flush against my engagement ring, and that isnt a problem as much as they actually are always crooked against my ring for some reason, which bothers me. I wouldn’t mind the gap if it was even all the way across. Anyway, I found this band online that I think I am going to purchase. I like that it is symmetrical instead of curved out in one direction and it looks like the concave part would fit perfectly with my ring. Here is the link for this one if you are interested. I wish I could find more pictures of it to see what it actually looks like on a hand.

http://www.theweddingring-shop.co.uk/online-shop/product.asp?strParents=200,209&CAT_ID=256&P_ID=2575

Post # 6
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

GonnaBeMrsG:  i have a tiffany replica setting with a little donut too on the bottom.  I went with a whiteflash wedding band and a spacer in between.  Might be an option for you

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

GonnaBeMrsG:  thank you!  Ok, so the wedding band is from whiteflash.  I have it in .50 ctw and it is platinum…but it comes in all the other metals too and different TCW’s…just look down on the page. http://www.whiteflash.com/wedding-rings/seven-stone-shared-prong-diamond-wedding-band-442.htm

As for the spacer, i have been trying out different “sizes”.  this one is .8mm and it is sterling silver.  I plan on buying a platinum one, but silver is cheap, and allows me to try all diff widths and not be breaking the bank.  The .8mm is a little too small…the wedding band is still hitting my prongs.  I tried a 1.3mm one and it was too big…LOL so i just ordered a 1mm band, and hopefully that will be perfect and then i can order it in platinum.  I bought the silver bands from https://www.etsy.com/shop/tinysparklestudio .  She works with all golds too but not with platinum.  Pretty sad considering she is awesome and will make whatever you want and has super fast shipping!  

Im not sure if you could solder the 3 together…maybe a jeweler can answer that for you.  🙂 

Post # 11
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Helper bee

Hi, I just want to chime in and say I also wear a Tiffany Classic solitaire (smaller than yours)!! I opted for the Tiffany Harmony bead-set wedding band which is tapered in the middle so allows the rings to sit flush. Because of this tapering being like a ‘pinch’ top and bottom and not just a groove on top with a flat bottom (??, if that makes sense)! I love the look of it on top of my engagement ring also, which is how I hope to wear it one day with a thicker channel set eternity ring to complete my bridal set. I’ll include a photo. Happy hunting! 

Post # 13
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Helper bee

GonnaBeMrsG:  Happy to help! Like I said, the tapering means it switches nicely from top to bottom which is great for me as I would like a wider channel set but I don’t prefer a top-heavy look. It’s worth a try on… you just might love it!

Post # 15
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Newbee

 

GonnaBeMrsG and LoveLikeCrazy:  Beautiful rings!  May I ask how big your diamond is and where you purchased the setting from?  I am thinking about upgrading my fiance’s ring.

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