(Closed) Gold Plain Wedding Bands!!!

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Post # 31
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Honey bee

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MeandMyLouboutins:  

Both look like great options to me. How “high” is the regular dome?

Post # 33
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Honey bee

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MeandMyLouboutins: 

I asked because how high the dome is will affect potential bumping against prongs on its neighboring ring(s). I’d probably go with the low dome to avoid prong bumping and to reduce price a bit, since it’ll have less volume of gold. If the 3mm bands are the same price point, and you have neighboring rings that have plenty of “clearance” for prongs and such, then I’d go with the regular dome simply to get more gold and more bang for my buck. Just my $0.02.

 

Post # 35
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Honey bee

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MeandMyLouboutins:  

Sorry. I thought the 1.9mm and 1.5mm were the widths shown in the pictures, and you were getting the 3mm widths (not pictured). If what’s pictured is 1.9mm and 1.5mm widths, then it seems the regular dome at 1.5mm width is also close to 1.5mm in height. It’s hard to tell what the height would be on the 1.9mm but it certainly wouldn’t be close to 1.9mm since it’s low profile.

That’s the way I was interpreting your descriptions.

 

Post # 37
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Honey bee

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MeandMyLouboutins:  

Ah. Then who knows why they named it a “low euro dome” if the regular dome isn’t taller. I’d still consider the prongs on my neighboring rings and after that, the price. IDK. Sorry that I wasn’t helpful. 

Post # 39
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Bumble bee

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MeandMyLouboutins:  I think European dome is normally thicker and the low doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s low, I think it has something to do with the design that’s why it’s called low and I think the smallest they have width wise is 3.5mm, but they have a 3mm with regular dome. I would personally choose the thicker one if you’re ok with a 3.5mm width and 1.9mm thickness. Did you check out the regular dome heavy? It’s what my husband have and they have it in 3mm, but it’s also thick (2.3mm I believe). http://www.e-weddingbands.com/store/goldcf4info.html This is what my husband has in 4mm width. I checked the site and looks like they’re selling this particular ring for a cheaper price now! Not fair lol. What does e-ring look like anyway?

Post # 41
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Bee Keeper

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MeandMyLouboutins:  I have a regular dome in 3mm (it’s rose gold, though). And also a heavy comfort fit band in yellow gold — also 3 mm. I don’t have profile pictures of them, but can take some if  it would help you at all.

Post # 44
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Bee Keeper

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MeandMyLouboutins:  Not a problem! I don’t mind at all. In fact, I just finished taking a few different comparison shots. I’ll post them in a few once I get them resized. There is a huge variety in plain bands! So it really can be hard to pick out one that feels “just right” for you.

Post # 45
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Bumble bee

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MeandMyLouboutins:  if you like something wider then I think 3mm would be perfect. Before I got my diamond wedding band, I would wear this band that my husband got me 1 year after we started dating (this is also the band I used for our court house wedding) It’s a 3mm ring but I think the thickness is just about 1mm or so.

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