Post # 1
how many times can one say “final decision!! Order!” Then come back with another thing to say or add or another ring choice? :/ at least he’ll understand how indecisive I am?..
anyways! I have two choices today! Both white gold 1.5 cts. The top is eng880 the bottom eng143
Post # 2
Top. Love the classic look and I would be nervous about the sturdiness of the bottom one.
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2016 - Gorse Hill, Surrey, UK
I think the bottome one is very pretty but from a practical point of view I would be worried about loosing stones in a single prong band like that. I voted for the top one as its sturdy and classic, and you can always have a blingy wedding ring with it if you like the look of the other band 🙂
Post # 4
#1 all the way! So classic and pretty. Post pics when it’s on your finger!
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2017 - Vineyard on Long Island
I love the claw prongs on #2, but the band is not practical and its just waiting for one of those little stones to fall out. #1 is classic, looks sturdy and well made, and I’ve seen so many gorgeous sets on the Bee with similar settings, you can’t go wrong. #1 all the way.
Post # 6
Yep I agree with the others, top one. You can’t go wrong, it’s a classic and much more durable looking
Post # 7
raeann1984 : the top one but with claws like the second one! Lol. I can see why you may be being indecisive!
Post # 8
The second one will absolutely loose stones. Single prong is the flimsiest setting of all. So #1.
Post # 9
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
Definitely number 1. The second ring is pretty, but I wouldn’t want to deal with losing stones.
Post # 10
They are both gorgeous styles. I saw the second at the jeweler the other day. Commented on how pretty and that I was thinking of getting a single prong band for my right hand. She cautioned against it. That I’ll lose stones and that they are not sturdy enough. This coming from a jeweler! So while I really love the style I’d be weary of it. It’s is ridiculously sparkly though so if you could get some sort of insurance to go along with it, thereby allowing for stone replacement I’d say two stylistically. But otherwise number 1. It’s a very classic look and gorgeous. My original set was with baguette side stones.
Post # 11
- Wedding: September 2015 - Hotel Ballroom
As pretty as the bottom one is, the top one would be more practical in the long run 🙂
Post # 12
I love both, but as others have said #1 would be more pratical if chancing losing stones is something you do not want to deal with. I love the prongs on #2 but you can always ask for them to do claw prongs on the first ring if that is something you want!
Post # 13
I prefer the first choice as it looks more durable and is classic.
Post # 14
Im biased as top one is like mine but yup definitely go for the classic top one. And I too would be worried about those little stones on the bottom one coming out as other bees have said.
Post # 15
UK-bee : can I see a picture of yours please!!!! Also, will a band fit flush with it? Do you know how big the gap between is? Size of center stone? Thanks 😉