Post # 1
Can I see pics of engagement rings with a really thin band? A ring I am interested in has 1.3 side stones on a 1.5 band. I want to see how dainty that really is. Also I apparently have giant fingers (a complex I developed since stocking the bee-thanks yall!) size 9. Pics please!!!!
Post # 2
I have a really thin band. I don’t know the exact width but its between 1-1.5 mm.
Post # 3
Mine is between 1.6-1.7mm. I wouldn’t go any thinner especially if the shank will have diamonds which will have less metal and won’t be as strong.
Post # 4
my e ring band is 1.6 mm and my side stones are 5 mm. my ring size is 8.5 but this ring is sized at about 9.25 (so I can fit my stack of bands!)
Post # 6
I wouldnt do under 2- it will warp quickly. Especially with pave (less metal). It looks lovely but it isnt as sturdy at all. 2mm is still very thin!
Post # 8
My band is 1.5 mm. I love it because it’s very comfortable.
Post # 9
I think mine is 1.3mm…. looove the dainty look!
Post # 10
My e-ring and band are 1.5 (e-ring may be 1.4). Both are 18 kt white gold and plenty strong and durable. I have no worries about them warping or bending from normal daily wear. Many people say that 2mm is as thin as you should go but they felt and looked too thick on my hands for my taste.
Post # 12
Mine is around 1.5 mm and I’m a size 5. I think dainty bands are very flattering, especially on larger fingers.
Post # 13
Mine is 1.8 which is a little bigger but I still feel like it’s plenty dainty for my hands (size 7 finger) while still being really durable. I’m never worried about it warping or anything. one of my friends had like a 1.4 pave hand and it got caught on something and completely warped. She was so sad. But some people don’t have any trouble with it.
Post # 14
Thin bands definitely help the stone look bigger and more prominent than thick bands. I reset my 3.5mm band to a 2mm band for that reason. I didn’t go thinner because I was worried about the ring potentially bending or warping if it was too thin.