Have you soldered your rings together? Pictures?

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
1285 posts
Bumble bee

I sodered mine together and am so glad!  The diamonds on the bands don’t go all the way around, so they would spin and not line up correctly and it was annoying.  No regrets!


Post # 18
493 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I soldered mine before the wedding, so when it went on my hand at the ceremony it was already “one” ring. I just didn’t want to deal with the rings continously slipping past each other and not being aligned all the time. It’s been 6 years and part of me thinks I might unsolder them at some point simply because I’d like to have more flexibility in stacking or just wearing the band on its own. When I went to the jeweler to get them soldered they gave me two options – one would be a solder that could easily be removed and the other being much more permanent. I went with the one that was not as permanent in case I changed my mind.

On my hand


Back view


Back view


The rings before they got soldered


Post # 19
1963 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

Before getting married in April I was dead set on not doing it. 

Then 3 months of them  twisting around my finger I couldn’t take it anymore. I had my skin pinhced, I was watching more wear happen to my rings, and they didn’t look seemless. 

I’m so glad I did it. Took a week I think to have it done. If I want to just wear a band someday, I’ll just buy some cheap band. 

Post # 20
2619 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

I got mine soldered right after the honeymoon.  I have diamonds on only half of my wedding band, and I hated how it always spun around and the diamonds were never faced up or lined up with my ering.  That being said, I was always planning on soldering them.

Post # 21
145 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I got my soldered about a year after getting my rings. I have the engagement ring and two bands. I will tell you, he last time I sent it in for warranty check the bottom of my ring was thinning out ( Had the ring 6-7years) so they had to replace and even if they didn’t replace that piece they wouldn’t be able to separate my rings.  They were to thin at this point.  That is something to consider if that is something you might want in the future.  I recently added the separate third band because I wanted to be able to just wear a band. Hope that was somewhat helpful.  Here is a pic.

Post # 22
1600 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2017 - A vineyard

Sorry no pictures because I didn’t do it to mine and have no plans to.   My aunt did it to hers though and she really likes it. It looks just fine when I look at her ring set. Hers is a single stone with pavè and a pavè wedding band made of gold. I think if you don’t want your rings to have wear where they rub together then soldering is a great idea 🙂

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