Post # 1
…would go with my ring?
I was thinking of finding an old vintage ring to go with it, perhaps from circa1930s.com.
I had to post what the shape of my e-ring was because it’s not a normal shape, and because of this there is a ring guard because it was just a tad loose and couldn’t be resized because of that shape.
(Sorry for the crumby pics, it’s a webcam!)
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Post # 3
Sorry for the double post, but I realize something now: I can’t fit two rings on my ring finger! My fingers are way too short 🙁 I tried using my claddagh ring (backwards) in place of a band and it actually hits the first digit from my knuckle! So I’m going to need to find an incredibly thin wedding band…
I hate having small/short fingers 🙁 What a bummer.
Post # 4
You can always put your ring on your right hand and let the wedding band stand alone on your left.
Post # 5
You couls always get a pave ring like this its with is only 1.6mm
Its shown in white gold, i wasn’t sure what your e-ring band was made of
Post # 6
Helen, yeah, I thought about that too. It’s a possibility, though my e-ring doesn’t fit as well on my right hand 🙁
Sjones, Nice! I really quite like that and it’s not incredibly expensive either. It’s so hard to tell what will work since I won’t be able to try it on–but it’s very pretty, thanks for showing me that! 🙂 (and yes, my ring is white gold 🙂 )
Post # 7
Glad to help, its a classic so im sure it will look nice with your e-ring and blue nile has a 30 day return policy so you could always return it if its to big. I have short fingers myself so i feel your pain!