Post # 1
I have been having trouble choosing a wedding band to go with my e-ring. My e-ring is platinum and has a low setting, which seems to be limiting my options quite a bit! I am looking for a ring that will be flush against my e-ring and I finally found an option that works! However now I am worried that the two don’t “go together” as far as style is concerned. Please let me know what you think!
my e ring:
Post # 3
It looks like it would work to me 🙂
Post # 4
@cestvrai: I think its a very nice choice, since you want the band to sit flush to your ring. It’s just a matter of knowing that you want a simple band opposed to a matching diamond style. For me I don’t know if I could do that–it would bother me that the band and engagement ring don’t match. BUT, I also don’t mind if my band doesn’t sit flush with my ring either. Still–It’s a gorgeous band! 🙂
Post # 5
I think it would “go” fine as long as you don’t mind that it doesn’t match 100%. Personally, I don’t mind if they don’t match, but that’s a personal preference. I also wouldn’t spend that much money on a plain band either.
Post # 6
I think it’ll look nice. Love Tiffany!
Post # 7
Why don’t you get the tiffany’s legacy band?
I think it would work better
Post # 8
@cestvrai: I think that band would look great and compliment your ring nicely. I have seen the yellow gold one in person and really liked it.
Post # 9
I think they’ll definitely “go together,” I love the the band
Post # 10
Thanks so much for the input! I thought they looked OK together, but it definitely helps to hear it from some of you too!
I agree that it’s a lot for a plain band. I know that straight, plain platinum bands go for a lot less, but straight bands won’t work for me since they leave such a big gap. Sadly this is the only plain, curved platinum band I’ve been able to find so far.
Thanks for the suggestion, but unfortunately anything from Tiffany that has diamonds is out of my price range, haha.
Post # 11
does it have to Tiffany’s? You can go to a local jeweler and have a band custom made to match and sit flush.
Post # 12
@cestvrai: I think the two would look awesome! Maybe you should add a poll to get more feedback?
Post # 13
Oh well than get a replecia, I would usually never say that (I have tiffanys and I hate fakes)
But get a milgrain band with channel diamonds (:
Post # 14
Gazillions of curved platinum bands out there. I was just looking at them last week. They run around $600-$700. You’re paying a premium for the Elsa Peretti name which I would normally say is worth it but there isn’t any artistry involved in a plain band. I say go with a no-name and save the extra cash.
Post # 15
I would actually stay away from the Elsa Peretti. In real life it looks very fluid and modern, and it’s almost completely rounded. Your Engagement Ring is a very classic, almost antique style with sharper lines. I don’t think it would go well together. Like @1inthechamber
said, there are TONS of curved bands out there. Even if you don’t see what you like in platinum, if it is a reputable jeweler, they should be able to order their designs in platinum.
Post # 16
- Wedding: April 2016 - Gorse Hill, Surrey, UK
I love pave bands with plain bands! go for it 🙂