Post # 1
So does anyone know what the technical name for this is? Is it just a “twist” setting? I’ve never seen anything like it so I’m not sure… I’m trying to research band styles that would/could go, but since I’m not really sure of its name, it’s been kinda difficult. Or maybe it’s just so uncommon that there isn’t much. But if anyone knows the actual name for the style, that’d be super helpful!
Anyways, we’re looking into wedding bands, and I’m assuming we’ll have to have one custom made because I’d like it to somehow fit or be incorporated or complementary to the ring somehow and not just an extra band. So… Any ideas? Since I haven’t really seen this style, I’m not sure what band would typically go with it. Ideas or pictures would be a big help. Thanks! ^_^
Post # 2
I would call this a bypass setting.
Post # 3
If you want a wedding band that sits flush with no gap, you would most definitely have to have one custom made unless this particular ring has a matching band. Otherwise, if you don’t mind the gap I’d go with a bead set straight band or a 2 maybe even 3 sided bead set band to match the pave style on the shank of your ering.
Post # 4
You can have a band made that sets in the ring.
Post # 5
It’s a bypass ring and it looks gorgeous on you!
Sorry I don’t have any good suggestion on a matching band, I’d just go in the stores and try on many many different ones till I find the one that speaks to me! Good luck!
Post # 6
Aw thank you! ^_^
Wow thanks for all the pictures! Bypass… that’s it! Yay. Hmm, paved style. That’s what that means… haha I’m obviously not so great at identifying styles by names. That’s a good suggestion though. Thank you! =)