Post # 1
Hello fellow bees. I have a three stone ring from moissanitco and have been on the hunt for a wedding band to match. My issue is whether to choose the curved matching band or to get a straight band or to have one custom made…which would cost about $750. Show me your 3 stone ring with a curved wedding band or a straight wedding band. Here is a pic of my engagement ring and possible wedding bands to match. Thanks a bunch ladies 🙂
Post # 5
I voted curved, but that’s because I’d want the set soldered once we were wed.
Post # 6
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
I had a curved band that sat flush with my three stone engagement ring for my first marriage. I had the rings soldered together at the bottom so they wouldn’t spin or be out of line with each other. I tried on a straight band but I didn’t like the gap between the two rings. Aesthetically I like the curved or chevron band better with a three stone ring.
Post # 7
My ring isn’t three stone but has a similar look with the solitaire and wrap. When I got an anniversary band as part of an upgrade, I found that the curved band sat much nicer with the rest of the ring. I have everything soldered together because I don’t like things to slip or move!
Post # 8
I choose a straight band with mine because it sits flush and I like being able to wear the band on it’s own. But if it didn’t sit flush, I would prob go with the curved band! Here’s mine:
Post # 9
Hi! I have a straight band with my three-stone and i love it!
It’s all just a matter of personal taste 🙂
Post # 10
i think a straight band will look good. i have a e3 stone (you commented on my post haha) if thethree stones sit high a straight band looks great. if its low, then a curved band.
Post # 11
My vote is curved. When I was trying on rings I hated the gap. There is a bit of a gap in the picture above because I had a big plastic ring guard on my engagement ring at the time. The two actually sit together really well.
Post # 12
When the center stone is bigger and sits lower on the e-ring I think a curved band looks best. The diamond on my e-ring actually sits high but the prongs stick out on the sides so a straight band looks strange.
Post # 13
@sexymama118: I am currently looking into getting that exact same ring! Do you mind if I ask what the stone sizes are and what size finger?
Post # 14
I chose a curved band with my 3-stone. I don’t really have a reason, I just liked the way it looked!
Post # 15
no problem. center stone is 1.25..side stones r .25 and my ring size is 7. I love my ring…its so detailed and antique looking. i like how almost the entire ring in etched and milgrained so i don’t have to worry about the gold scratching .
Post # 16
Should i get two curved bands so it looks symmetrical? I still don’t like the gaps the curved bands have…or the huge gaps the straight one would have too. I have no idea what to do :-