Post # 1
Im hoping you bees can help me figure out what this type of wedding band is called…
I have a 6 prong engagement ring and the prongs are set low. I want my wedding band to sit flush with my engagement ring. All but one of the rings Ive tried on have had a HUGE gap. The one ring without a huge gap was a double band (the kind where my E ring would sit in the middle. And it had a shape like the last band in the picture I posted. I want a single band, but with that shape. Ive tried googling it, calling it notched, or pinched, but no results.
In the picture the top is what a normal band looks like (from the top view), the second is what I would like ideally, and the bottom would work fine too. It isnt curved, it just has a super small notch to wonderfully fit the prong on the side of my ring.
Anyone know what this would be called?
I appreciate any help to make my search a little easier. Thanks!
Post # 3
Hopefully this picture works.
Post # 4
I dunno what the band you are looking for is called. But the double band is called an enhancer.
I don’t really think this helps you out though.
Post # 5
I’m not sure if this is what you’re looking for but I immediately thought of a contoured wedding band. Here are some pictures:
Hope this helps 🙂
Post # 6
do you mean a contoured band? Like these?
Post # 7
No, its not quite contoured. Its a small V-shaped indent just the right size for one of the prongs to sit in.
Post # 8
Then I think you may want to look into a custom band.
Post # 9
I was just looking for my wedding band yesterday and was running into the same problem. One place told me to reset my ring, we left to look elsewhere after that. I am getting a band and then they are going to solder them together and at the same time put a notch in the band so they will sit flush. Here is the band I am getting and my ring.
Post # 10
Please keep updating this…I’m going thru the exact same thing…i too have a 6 prong e-ring, and have tried on dozen’s of bands, but all have a huge gap…
Post # 11
They also tried to convince me to get a different setting, the thought of that makes me sad! The jewelry store also mentioned getting them soldered would make them sit more flush with each other, but it there would still be a slight gap. I never thought about maybe having them notch it then…
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Post # 13
I ran into the same issue with an e-ring i wanted and I was told that they would have to make a custom notched band to fix the gap issue. I think it may be difficult to find a band with a gap that is exactly the correct size…good luck!
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