(Closed) Filigree or not to filigree?

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
288 posts
Helper bee

I say yes just because I love filigree!

Post # 3
6522 posts
Bee Keeper

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BearsHawks:  Your ring is beautiful! It really is breathtaking on your hand, and I love the look of that setting in yellow gold. I think it really brings out the lovely and intricate details.

Your band definitely doesn’t HAVE to have filigree on it to match your ERing. I think filigree would be lovely. But a plain band or a different sort of band with stones would also be a beautiful contrast. There is no right or wrong — there is only what feels the best for you.

Post # 4
3936 posts
Honey bee



And there are no rules! 😉


Post # 5
1099 posts
Bumble bee

Either way would look great. I would have a plain band because I like a more simple look, and a filigree band would be too much for me.

Post # 6
986 posts
Busy bee

I always love the visual interest a mismatched set gives. Really though any ring would look stunning paired with your gorgeous ering!!

Post # 7
551 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2000

I might be missing something, but I’m seeing pave set diamonds with millgrain edges. I would go with a simpler wedding band. 

Post # 8
420 posts
Helper bee

I was wondering the same as 

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ddhb2007, were you wondering whether to have milgrain? I would choose a simpler band, or a band with a thing of it’s own. This talk about filigree got me thinking that a simple filigree band without any stones would actually form quite a nice combination with your e-ring.

Post # 9
10223 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

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Same here.  Though it’s lovely.

Post # 10
10041 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

I think a dainty milgrain diamond band would look good paired with your ering. Above are some options I think would look nice.

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