Post # 1
My jeweler specifically advises against wearing a wedding band with my e-ring due to the delicate nature of the micropavé. He recommends wearing a band on the right hand. I would really prefer wearing the band on my left hand even with the risk of damage to my e-ring, which I don’t mind repairing as needed. Or is that a really bad idea? I know thin micropavé shanks are really popular and I’m wondering what other people have for their wedding bands.
Please show me some examples! Thank you!
This is my ring. So far I’m thinking a thin plain platinum band might be best?
Post # 2
my band is just as thin as yours- mine is platinum and 1.5mm and i have a matching wedding band. I have worn them together for over a year now and they both look as good as the day I got them. Many people have thin bands and wear multiple rings. If youre really that concerned with the rubbing you can get a thin plain spacer band, or have the ering and wedding band soldered together so they dont spin and rub up against eachother.
Post # 3
I got the matching micropave band…no issues here! I wasn’t told of any, either (we go to a family jeweler).
Post # 4
we are ring twins! I got a matching band to go with my ring, and my jeweler didn’t mention anything about wearing them together. The width of each is 1.5mm.
Ering worn alone:
Worn with band:
Post # 5
You could always wear a thin spacer band in between. Or go with a low set bezel diamond band for a mismatched look and to help avoid rubbing. There are plenty of options out there that won’t tear up your pave shank.
Post # 6
im in the same boat as you!
I was just at two jewelry store today and didn’t find anything. I found some options, but it was hard because I felt like everything took away from the simple beauty of it. Thanks for starting this thread!
Post # 7
does your diamond sit high so that it allows the wedding band to fit under the prong? When I tried on the matching band for my ring, there was a gap. I would love for it to sit like yours does. It’s beautiful. I’m getting a little frustrated all the “matching” bands have an awkward gap
Post # 8
I’m not much help since I’m not married yet (sorry!), but commenting to follow and say we are fraternal ring twins 🙂 also a six-prong RB with a thin micropave shank.
Post # 9
- Wedding: Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception/The Gallery
This is my ring, the shank is very thin.
I didn’t like the matching pave band so I ended up with this, it’s a platinum band with round stones inlaid. It’s the perfect combo, IMO. Still sparkles, but is classic and doesn’t compete with my ering.
Post # 10
Totally following – I have a similar situation, but have BIG plans for my wedding bands! Yes, bands!
Post # 11
I’m not taking any chances so I’ll be wearing a spacer with mine to prevent my rings from “eating” eachother. My bands are also platinum 1.5mm…
Post # 12
IMO, my center diamond doesn’t sit very high – the band that the prongs are on are low/thin compared to other styles I’ve seen. I just took some side shots of my ring to show you the prongs (sorry about the bad quality). My w-band does fit perfectly underneath the prongs, which look like they are squared off or slightly tapered upwards on the bottoms (if that makes sense) to accomodate my band.
Post # 13
I wear a wedding band with mine and so far (over a year) no problem with the micropave. My band is platinum with a twist pattern. Me e-ring is delicate and I take it off for sports and a lot of other things so it was important to me to get a wedding band without stones. Plain to me means I can leave it on at all times without worrying about damaging it.
Post # 14
Not sure if this counts as micropave but I have a chunky wedding band
Post # 15
I have a micropave e ring and a diamond eternity band I wear a 1.5mm spacer between them to protect my ering.