Post # 1
Here are my e-ring (the middle, clear diamonds) and wedding rings (the two black ones… 2 looked better than 1). Im not sure if I like the ring/ rings (dont know if it counts as 1 or 3 now). I loved them seperate, but with the thin bands, they moved a lot. Now that they are together, the fit is perfect. But I miss them as 3 different rings.
Post # 3
I wonder if there is a way to have them soldered with space so that they feel like 3 seperate rings. (I think they look fine this way but it seems like thats what you want.)
Post # 4
@oneovakind: No offence, but now that they’re soldered do you have a choice but to like them?
I think they look very pretty.
Post # 5
you can take them apart if you don’t like it, soldering is not a temporary fusion, but not totally permanent.
I like it! theylla always line up now!
Post # 6
I think it looks really nice 🙂
Post # 7
I actually love them! They look beautiful together and I think you made a great choice adding two black ones, rather than one. Very pretty : )
Post # 8
I think they look great! Theyve gotta be more comfortable now. Whenever I’ve tried to wear two rings on the same finger, they always pinch my finger skin.
Post # 9
@asscherlover: and @canarydiamond: Thanks! Lol I suppose I dont have much of a choice. From what I understand, it can be unsoldered. I like it but not used to it I guess. I’m gonna look into seeing if I can achieve a seperate ring look. What I’m afraid of is that it looks too masculine.
Post # 10
I like it! It looks nice. I think having them not soldered would be annoying after time. This way, they all sit together nicely.
Post # 11
Your set looks lovely soldered. I think the twirling of the unsoldered set would drive me bonkers!
Post # 12
I will be honest here and say that the soldering is not a choice I would have made. I like very dainty thin bands, and I think them being attached makes it look like one large ring, which can look bolder or more masculine. That is not a jewelry look that I prefer personally, and if it were me, I would have preferred them seperated.
Post # 13
Could you have spacers added inbetween the rings? You could still solder them all together, though that might make the final ring fairly wide.
Post # 14
I think it looks fine not masculine at all
Post # 16
It looks like one nice, big ring.