Post # 1
We are having my ering custom made and I’m having trouble deciding on the thickness of my band. I like the really thin bands but I’m not sure exactly how many mm I want. Can you post a pic of your rings and include how many millimeters it is?
Post # 3
how exciting! 🙂 have fun designing it! I do suggest buying a bunch of cheap costume rings of different width and wearing them around the house for a while.
2mm here, size 4 finger.
Post # 4
I don’t have any pics of the ring that I can post, but my engagement ring is 1.8mm and my wedding band is 2.7mm.
Post # 5
Post # 6
My ering is 2 MM and my wedding band is 1.8.
Post # 7
My e-ring is 3mm and my wedding band is 2 mm. The band is too big in this photo:
Post # 8
My ering is 2mm. I wear a size 4.5. I actually have a picture of a few different width bands and I’ll post it in case it helps. My ering is knife edge which I think makes it look thinner.
Closest to hand: 1.5mm, ering: 2mm, furthest from hand: 3mm
Post # 9
My e-ring band width is 2mm:
Post # 10
The website says 1.7-1.9. I’d guess it’s around 1/7 at the top. I like how delicate it is.
Post # 11
Both my engagment ring and wedding band are 1.8mm.
Post # 12
Mine are 1.5mm each. Perfect 🙂
Post # 13
Just to clarify… are we talking about width (the distance from the top of the ring to bottom, spanning from 1-8mm on average) or the thickness (the distance from the outside of the ring to the inside, spanning from 1-3mm on average)?
Post # 14
My e-ring setting and wedding band are 2.5mm plain, knife-edge bands. Here is a pic of just the e-ring. My finger is size 5. I like the width; I had a ring with a 1.8mm band and it felt too small for me. Edit: I found a picture of the bands together for reference!
Post # 15
I love how thin bands look too. My band however is 2.75mm (almost 3mm) width. I like it though 🙂 I think it’s a good proportion to my center stone (1 carat). And my finger size is 5.
(Sorry for the gigantic picture )
Post # 16
@blametheref: We’re talking about width as in how much finger coverage there is.