Help finding a band that sits flush with e-ring

posted 4 months ago in Rings
Post # 2
218 posts
Helper bee

Maybe a bypass ring that just happens to have the curves that your ring has. Or custom.

That will be a tricky one.

Post # 5
1646 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2017

GabbySD :  what about a chevron band? That would look nice and leave less gap. There are some nice ones on ebay and Etsy for decent prices.

Post # 6
986 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

GabbySD :  That’s a tough one because I definitely think you’ll need to go the custom route for a perfect fit. I would just rock your ring solo until I had the funds to get the perfect custom band, personally. It’s truly beautiful as is…and I think that’s a better idea than just settling for whatever you can afford now. xoxo

Post # 7
108 posts
Blushing bee

There are ring guard and band designs out there at least that may work with your style of engagement ring but I agree with the idea of maybe waiting and enjoying your ring just as it is until the time is right to have something custom made that way you will get exactly what you want.

Post # 8
3035 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I doubt you will find a perfect fit unless you go custom. That’s what I had to do and it was worth it as they look really cohesive together. 

Post # 9
53 posts
Worker bee

I recommend you check out TwoBirch. I believe you send them a mold of your ring (they give you a molding kit to use at home) and they find what ring guards would fit well with your ring. I am suggesting ring guards because then it wouldn’t throw off the balance of your ring

Post # 10
366 posts
Helper bee

Where are you located? I’m having my band custom made to fit my e-ring by a jeweler in San Diego. LMK if you want info.

Post # 11
1192 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

GabbySD :  When I was married for the first time I didn’t have a wedding band.  My ring had a thick band and a wedding band would have just made it ginormous on my hand.  

Your lovely ring looks stunning on its own and I would  worry (unless you can find a thin band to echo its shape )that a wedding band might take away from your ring’s design. In some countries they wear the wedding bands and engagement rings on seperaate hands.  Maybe this is something that you could consider.

Post # 12
41 posts
  • Wedding: January 2018

To get a flush fit you’ll have to go custom for a shadow band. I think trying to make an existing piece there will be difficult. The straight bands might not look bad either. I would check out some bands at a local jeweler! You might be surprised what you end up liking 🙂

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