(Closed) 2ct E-ring need a band to match

posted 9 years ago in Rings
Post # 32
620 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

@RomanticAtHeart:  thanks, it was surprisingly inexpensive.  The pic is wonky, everything has a warm tone due to the lighting but it’s much shinier in person.  Good luck, update us! 🙂

Post # 34
1455 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

@RomanticAtHeart:  I know you aren’t crazy about this one (the second one you posted), but I think it looks gorgeous!

Post # 35
738 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

Gorgeous ering, congrats. And with a substantial eband like that, an understated wring might be best. A close friend of mine has an ering like yours, except the center is a cushion, and she ended up designing a VERY slender half eternity w/ baguettes. Beautiful, and my description doesn’t do justice.

Post # 36
690 posts
Busy bee

@RomanticAtHeart:   Wband options elude me cuz the beauty of ur ring is mind boggling….. In love 

I did custom for my wband n will get a second to match..

Post # 37
962 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012


RomanticAtHeart : I was going to suggest the same as NikkyS… I would go for a thin shared prong setting wedding band, I have a half eternity like that but it’s a bit thicker (11 stones – .06 each). I would go with maybe .03-.05 size stones and maybe get a band with a slight curve. OR you could just get the regular shared prong band and then have a small gap. You could wear your engagement ring on your right hand. I wasn’t into splitting them up ( I have a matching set) but I love wearing them separate a few days a week to really admire the beauty of my Ering alone! 🙂



Post # 38
4194 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

My coworker has an e-ring just like yours and she got a really thin pave diamond eternity band to go with it and it looks fabulous.

Post # 39
19 posts

Hey, One option is to get something like your sapphire band, but have it channel set for a cleaner look. (You can think about the size you want to do, but I’m just talking about the style right now. I think that the extra gold adds a bit of class and an elegant feel (similar to a plain band) with a bit of extra bling.
Here are some ideas from my Google search:


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