Post # 32
Thanks everyone who posted. We ordered the ring today!!! I’m so excited. It’s being fully custom made based on many elements I saw I liked and combined together, so I won’t get it for awhile still. But I did do some pave diamonds on the side of the setting. I will be sure to post many pictures once I receive it!! I can’t wait!!!
Post # 33
My ring has pave on the sides and so far there has been no problems. I think the best thing is just to makesure the jewler you work with will insure the work if it breaks for whatever reason
Post # 34
- Wedding: June 2010 - The Mountain Terrace, Woodside, CA
Regarding the wedding band rubbing on the side pave diamonds, our jeweler cautioned me about this as well, and recommended a wedding band that has the paves at a slight angle, instead of directly on the side, so there’s no direct contact on the diamonds. So far no problems with my Precision Set band.
Post # 35
Never had a problem with my pave setting! I love it! 😉
Post # 36
Here’s mine. I love how traditional it is.
Post # 37
Bumping this old thread… I have 3 sides of pave in my w band and e ring, and I’m concerned about them rubbing together and subsequent damage. Thought I’d resurrect this to see if anyone else has had problems, or better yet, had NO problems after wearing their pave sets for a few years. BTW: my set is Simon G so it’s a trusted manufacturer.
Post # 39
@Miss Noodles: I posted on this thread back when I just wore my ering by itself. A few months ago, now that I added my wedding band, I did lose a stone from the side that rested against my band. The jeweler told me it was because I have two pretty loose fitting bands on my finger, and obviously during the day, they bump into each other pretty frequently and roughly.
I got it replaced (the small stone) and really only wear them together when I’m not at work (since I work in childcare). I have not had any additional problems. It was suggested that I get them souldered together, which I didn’t want. But I really don’t think my stone would have fallen out if my bands were more snug on my finger. (I have those strange fingers that include HUGE knuckles with skinny fingers around the bottom, therefore I can’t get the proper ring size for the bottom portion of my finger because it still needs to be big enough to get over the knuckle).
Hope this helps! 🙂
Post # 40
@Miss Stephanie: Thanks! My w band is a perfect fit, and doesnt really move. The e ring is a 1/4 size bigger, and does spin a little… but not a tremendous amount. Like you, I don’t want them soldered, since I wnt to be able to wear one simple ring if I choose, and also what is the point of having all those extra diamonds on the side if they’re going to be sandwiched INTO the 2 rings? I guess I’ll just have to keep up with my inspections, and if it starts to be an issue, have them soldered and get an anniversary band to wear alone when I want to wear a single ring. Bet Darling Husband will be thrilled to hear about that 😛
Post # 41
Yay pave diamonds!
My ring has a petite pave cathedral setting, and they all seem firmly in place. I’ve only had it for a few months, but it is such a lovely effect!