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I am hoping to see if anyone has photos of their white gold solitiares with a rose gold wedding band, bands, or a wrap! Preferably bands with diamonds and maybe some detail… If you have an all white gold set I would love to see that too!
I really love the idea of mixing metals and think it will spice up the simple solitaire I will be getting. My ring will be between .5 and 1 carat on a simple white gold band.
Also, I plan on having the e-ring and bands soldered together once that time comes. With the two-tone metals does this effect the ring later if I were to get it “re-dipped”?
Thanks in advance 🙂
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I had this combo, but I had my diamond reset and ended up not having my rose gold bands soldered to my new solitaire setting only because I found that I liked one band better and I wanted to use my original diamond band and not the rose gold bands that my husband got me for my birthday for my right hand.
Also yes you can have the white gold dipped when the rose is soldered to the white gold they just put a coating of some sort with a little brush over the rose gold. Here is a picture of my old setting and rose gold bands that were soldered. Second picture rings are not soldered : ) hope this helps.
Post # 5
Love your set!! Gorgeous.
Post # 6
Omg, you’ve just described my favorite combination of metals! Loooove white with rose. I had no idea about the existence of rose gold when I was choosing my wedding rings, so I went with all platinum. But now I wear rose on my right hand just to satisfy my craving 😉
Here is a ring that was a gift from my mom, which I’ll sometimes wear as an e-ring when my ring is away for repairs:
And I stack it with another white gold eternity ring too 😉
Post # 7
- Wedding: October 2014 - Disney
Here is mine. The ering is platinum, there is a rose gold band, and a white gold one. The final will be platinum and I can stack it with either of these.
Post # 8
I have an all-white gold set, featuring my great-grandma’s wedding band! I can’t wait to wear it. I considered rose gold, before I got my wedding band.