Post # 1
I recently got engaged! Here is my Ering and I absolutely LOVE it:
My fiance and I love the look of two bands similar to my engagement band on either side of my Ering. We were thinking 1/3ct on either side in a Uprong setting. Would getting two bands and then fusing all three bands together vs getting an enhancer ring that splits so that it looks like 2 separate bands be any different? Here are the two types I’m deciding between
Post # 2
pbrt: I personally like individual bands better. The main reason is because you’ll be able to wear those on their own as well. I don’t plan on wearing my engagement ring to work once I’m back on active duty so I am looking forward to having a band that has just as much if not more sentimental value, that I can wear all by itself.
Granted I already have enhancers that the Fiance had designed for me. I just don’t use them often because my ring looks like a Superbowl ring with them on, and getting robbed right now really isn’t on my priority list.
Post # 3
MrsPiggles: That’s a great point actually. I will likely not be able to wear my Ering to work too. I’m so glad you pointed that out!
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2015 - Malibou Lake Mountain Club
this is my set. My e-ring, wedding band, and enhancer. (sorry for the chipped nail polist, lol)
Post # 5
If you’re planning on “fusing” them together, or soldering them, there’s not really a difference. I personally went with the enhancer because I couldn’t find two separate bands that worked around my oval shaped stone and because I found one that was just unusual enough that it satisfied my quirkiness. I say if you’re planning on soldering them to your engagement ring anyway, go with the enhancer. If you’re looking to separate them, go with the two bands 🙂