Post # 1
My engagement ring faces up pretty wide because it has an oval sapphire that sits very low in a bezel cluster setting with a split shank…
Because of its shape, it would be impossible to have a band that sits flush, but luckily for me I actually PREFER to rock a gap! So the question becomes, what kind of wedding ring? I’m looking for a thin band (2mm or less) that will look unique and interesting, but keep the focus on the e-ring. I’m pretty set on this one at the moment:
However, I’m having trouble picturing just how thin a 2mm band looks on the hand. So can I see your skinny wedding bands? Regardless of its design, if it’s 2mm or less, please post it! Also, any insight into whether you prefer 2mm, or 1mm, etc. is appreciated. Thanks!! 🙂
Post # 3
heres mine, its 2mm. its low dome, i think that makes it appear a little thicker then the classic kind. i really like it, i dont think i would want anything bigger! my finger is about a size 6
Post # 4
This isn’t my wedding set, but I have a RHR with a halo and a twisted stacking ring similar to the one you posted, so put them on together for a photo-op so you can see what they might look like 🙂 I think it looks pretty nice!
Post # 5
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
love the twist band idea!
Here is my set: Engagement Ring 1.8mm, middle band 2.5mm, plain band 2mm
Post # 6
Mine is 2mm, flat profile
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2015 - Motor Yacht Destiny
Hey here’s an older thread about thin rings (although it’s about sets) but there are a lot of really beautiful rings there!
I’d love to see your super thin banded wedding sets!
Post # 8
I have two 1.5 mm bands (:
Post # 9
I just got my wedding bands #3 and #4 today! Clearly, it has been a struggle trying to find a wedding band that I like with my e-ring. I don’t know why I couldn’t find something but I think that I am happy with these. One is a rose gold micro pave eternity band and the other is a rose gold 1mm spacer. I thought that I would use the spacer for my e-ring and wedding band #2 which is the matching band to my e-ring in white and pink diamonds but I am thinking that I like just the rose gold bands with my e-ring. There is something weird about the side diamonds of my e-ring being raised to meet the prongs half way up that makes rings next to my e-ring just look wrong, even the matching band. Wedding band #1 is a plain platinum band – meh. I hope this helps you!
Post # 10
I think this picture helps you to see how thin the rose gold bands are. I don’t know the width of the other two bands – sorry. And clearly, I don’t know how to re-size pics down or upload multiple pics – computer challenged to say the least!!
Post # 11
I LOVE your rose gold eternity band! So beautiful. The rose gold bands look fabulous with your engagement ring!
Post # 12
I have a super thin wedding ring. Its an estate ring. I was never told the dimensions but Im pretty sure its around 1.5-2mm. Sorry for the cell phone pic.
Post # 13
Thanks so much, how nice of you to say that! It really has been difficult finding something I like with my e-ring. In the greater scheme of things, not a bad problem to have – LOL. Unbelievably, the rose gold eternity ring is from a vendor on Etsy, I just couldn’t pay $1750 for the Tiffany Metro version, I am all for a Tiffany purchase but for micro diamonds waaaaay over priced. I got the eternity band from Etsy for around $200!
Post # 14
I love the skinny wedding bands! Here’s mine, though I am not married yet. I have no clue the mm size though.
Post # 15
My wedding band is 2mm I think and the solitaire is just under 2mm.
Post # 16
I love thin bands! Mine is just over 2mm but I do wear this bezel eternity band when I’m cycling and other times. It’s 2mm: