Post # 1
I am considering getting a wedding band that has a slight curve to fit up against my halo e-ring (as opposed to a straight eternity band, which would leave a slight gap)
I know that the curve looks pretty when my hand is still, but have any of you had issues where the wedding band twists and moves on your finger??
…because if that is the case, i will probably just get a straight eternity, since there would be a gap either way…
any advice, opinions, pictures welcome…i am going to the jeweler today after work =)
Post # 3
I had a guard made out of 2 curved wedding bands soddered together by my jeweler that fit perfectly around my solitaire e-ring. The guard actually helps hold my ring in place.
Post # 4
I would solder the ring together that way you dont have to worry about it. Its unlikely you would wear a curved band on its own ayways.
Post # 6
I always wanted a curved band to go with my solitaire. i love it, but i do recomend getting it soldered together because they do twist and turn. my aunt also has a curved band and got hers soldered together because it wore the band down from all the spinning. But i dont have any regrets. i never go without my Engagement Ring on –feel naked without it!!! so i wouldnt only wear a wedding band either. it works for me! good luck!
Post # 7
can i see your ring and what band you were thinking off?
Post # 8
I also have a curved band. They stay together now that they’re both properly sized, before getting that done they would.
I might find them kind of off centered the odd time, but its not really a big deal to me. I’m just not a fan of the idea of soldering them together.
Post # 9
this is what i got. i ended up getting my band frome shane co. i was going to get a straight band, but did not like the look of the gap.
i have not gotten to wear the two together a lot because i am not married yet, but when i have worn them together i haven’t noticed the band moving around at alL! you could always get them stuck together. that’s what im gonna do.
Post # 10
I went for a straight eternity band because I love the gap. Didn’t think I would solder them when I got married but ended up realizing it would be best. Love them soldered!! They don’t dammage each other from rubbing, and I don’t hear the sound of metal as they would bump together. My e-ring spins much less with the stabilizing effect of the wedding band. Also, even with a straight band, it can move and make the gap look assymetrical. Soldering took care of that too 😉 I now got a separate wedding band to wear alone.
Slightly crooked before soldering:
Nice straight look after soldering: