Post # 1
I’ve been thinking of pairing a gold ring with a silver one, next to each other (stacked). Do any of you wear different metal rings next to each other? Do you notice if your rings get damaged this way or do you not notice anything? Thanks.
Post # 3
My engagement ring is white gold, and my wedding band is going to be yellow gold. I’m wearing that one because it is my grandmothers original wedding band and it means a lot to me.
Post # 4
I think it totally depends on how often you wear them together or if they’re smooth edged or have some detail on the side. I have a silver ring that I sometimes pair with a yellow gold ring and they both seem to be doing fine, but i don’t wear them together every day and they’re both just plain bands with smooth edges so I think that cuts down on damage. I also think it depends on the karat of the gold, if it’s like 19K or 24K, then it’s much softer and more prone to damage than if it were say 14K.
Post # 6
I have a white gold engagement ring and will have (it’s sitting on the book shelf, so I already have it) a rose gold band. Very simple. Plain, even. No pattern, no stones. For me, the simplicity of the band (on both rings) is necessary for making them work together. The complement each other instead of competing for attention.
Post # 7
My e-ring is white gold and my wedding band is titanium to match FI’s. It looks funky and cool just like us. 🙂
Post # 9
I have a ring that has a yellow gold band and white gold setting and it sits next to a ring that is all yellow gold. No problems for me!
Post # 10
The harder metal will always scratch the softer metal. It’s best to stick to one metal, unless you don’t care about one of the rings.
Post # 11
my ring is 2 tone with one side being yellow the other half being white, my band will be the same but opposite, They are custom made and i asked the lady the same question, she said unless your doing hard dirty work (like horse riding) it shouldnt matter 🙂
Post # 12
I’m going to have a yellow gold band with my plat ring. I’m not too concerned about the softer metal getting scratched up because I just dont care all that much. Rings can be polished and it’s not like I need to be in perfect condition after I’m long gone!
Post # 13
- Wedding: February 2013 - Mansion House at the MD Zoo
I have a sterling e-ring, bands will be (they match each other) yellow and rose gold. It looks really neat with all 3 being different, but I tried them on with just one band and that looked great too.
Post # 14
On my right hand, I wear a sterling silver underneath a stainless steel. My wedding rings on the other hand are both 19k white gold. They all look fairly similar, although the silver ring is getting a bit “whiter” these days.