Post # 1
Hi Bees please be honest do you think these rings look ok together ? I brought this wedding ring but as always I am second guessing my decision! sigh!, my engagment ring is 18ct and my wedding band 9ct, some jewellers I`ve asked say is ok to mix 9 and 18 and some not so who knows!, I have not even really looked into getting one made as I quite like the gap but I am worried that the bottom claw will rub and the diamond fall out and also if I should have gone for a thiner band ?, I did originally look at a very thin eternity band but I felt the diaminds were too small as they were smaller than those in the sides of my engagment ring but now I am wondering if this band over shaows my enagagemnt ring and would the thiner one with smaller diamonds have complimented by engagament ring more, what do you think Bees ?
Post # 3
I like them together. Have you considered having them soldered together? You wouldn’t have to worry about them rubbing together that way.
Post # 4
I think they look beaufitul together! I will also be rocking the gap! I love the gap in your set!
Post # 5
I don’t think I like it much 🙁
Mainly because of the shape of the e-ring being not straight and then the band is very straight. But I guess the most important thing is how you feel about it, does it feel right on you hand?
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
I don’t think the gap bothers me as much as the settings on the wedding band. Is it antique? I’ve just never seen that before.
Post # 8
Beautiful together!! I love how you mix curved with straight. I also like that there is space between the two rings, distinguishing them from each other.
I also have a ring with a curved shank and I like it against a straight band because it leaves two gaps. Love that style 🙂
Post # 9
I think it looks great! They match but it isn’t too matchy-matchy, I think the rings really compliment each other! 🙂
Also, I’m an advocate for soldering because mine are soldered, so definitely look into it if you are worried about the rings rubbing up against each other.