Post # 1
Do you like this combination?
Should I eventually get two bands, one on other side?
Should I get them soldered together? If so, does the ring need to be ordered a bit larger than I’d regularly wear? (a size 4.75)
Post # 3
- Wedding: December 2014 - 13th ~ TN
@BrookeBQ: If you want a bigger ring, more bling then go with the 2nd band. I think it looks great together.
The first time I was married I had 3 band soldered together and I did not have to go up a ring size.
Post # 4
I like just one band, and yes, I would size up a little and solder to prevent the metal from wearing down. After 2 years, mt jeweler told me the rubbing was doing some real damage and cautioned me about stone loss.
Post # 5
@BrookeBQ: I really like that combination. It looks like the rings were made for each other. (Which I think is a great thing, but you might not if you want a mis-matched sort of look. Hope that makes sense. >.O) Your ERing and the wedding band are both gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous. I think it looks very pretty with just one band, and it would look phenomenal with two.
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2015 - City Winery New York, NY
I think that’s a really pretty combo!
Post # 7
Thank you everyone, I really appreciate your comments!! I like how they are both what I think you call “claw” settings, and the diamonds end at the same point.
Post # 8
One band looks great. And I highly recommend soldering. I love my soldered set! If anything, if you like mismatched sets, I would add a rose gold diamond band at the bottom at some point 😉 But not on the other side as a sandwich. Just my preference 😉