Post # 1
I love my engagement ring – it is an anitque which was purchased an auction and updated with a new center diamond. But now it is time to find a wedding band and it is tough! The shape is difficult to work with – although I suppose I could got the custom route – but there is a certain look to the metal in my antique ring – it looks weird when next to something that is brand new…..any suggestions? Someone must have something similar?
Post # 3
Omg-so in love with that ring! gorgeous gorgeous! i have an antique ring too. 1940s gold and white gold. The shape is more traditional i suppose but I haven’t found anything that I like with it because of the details on it.
Here’s an ok pic of it. Cheers to vintage rings!
Anyway, I have been looking on etsy-checking art deco rings and antique rings for styles that I like. Will go to department stores and jewelers just to try on some things to get a feel for what shapes might work. Really though, what could be wrong with wearing your wedding ring on your left and your engagement ring on the right? I am actually considering getting a wedding ring that is more similar in style to what you have there and just not wearing them together. Still you may be able to find something that could sit next to that gorgeous thing.
Post # 4
It is hard to match bands with antique rings but I’m speaking from experience… don’t give up! I tried pawn shops, etsy, and ebay. I ended up finding two bands sold together that a lot of characteristics my ering has. Aside from them not being antique or the traditional band you see with this ring, you would never know they weren’t made for each other. (My ring is very similar to yours, goldendreams)
Post # 5
Both of your rings are stunning!
Post # 6
Beautiful rings bees.
I would suggest trying ShanCo if you have one close to you and looking for a curved wedding band. Also the custon route would be a good idea.
Post # 7
wow, your ring is so big, that you dont even need to have another ring. just get something simple and you can wear it on ur other hand.
Post # 8
I agree with s.renea9 – you really don’t need a wedding band at all, unless just for tradition’s sake you feel that you need one! I have a unique antique style ring as well and will not have another wedding ring.