Post # 1
So this may be a silly question but here goes. I have seen a few threads about using a spacer ring in order to keep your engagement ring and wedding ring from rubbing together and damaging each other. But…if you have a spacer ring and nothing is soldered together, doesn’t the spacer ring rub on both the wedding band and engagement ring and cause damage anyway?? I have been trying to decide if I wanted to solder my rings together or not when I have them, but not sure what to think! Thanks for your help ladies 🙂
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Post # 2
If I understand it correctly, spacer rings are usually to prevent damage from diamonds rubbing on metal… For example if you have a band with exposed diamonds on it (like shared prong setting) the edges of the diamonds will eat away at the metal or prongs of your e-ring. A spacer keeps them from touching and might take some of the damage to keep the better rings safe. I don’t think gold against gold or platinum against platinum would really cause much damage but somebody correct me if I’m wrong.