Post # 1
So here is my dilemma?
I got married a few years ago and we decided to use my grandmother’s wedding ring (which I love) and discussed purchasing my own a few years down the line. That time has come now, my grandmother’s ring is yellow gold and I prefer white gold would it look bad if I got a white gold eternity band? Some of my friends say that it will not look good or I should just wear my grandmother’s ring on my other hand and I don’t like that idea. I would really appreciate any advice or photos of mixed metal rings.
Post # 3
Is your grandmother’s ring your wedding band or ering? I’m having trouble envisioning what you want to do. Although I’ve seen mixed metal rings/sets that were very pretty!
Post # 5
Sorry about the picture being so large.
Post # 6
Is there some white inside the setting on your ering/band? I think I see the prongs are white and so is the detail around your side diamonds… if so, you’ve already got mixed metal, so you’re totally good to go.
Post # 7
What about having your grandma’s ring dipped in rhodium so it’s white?
Post # 9
I have never noticed that before yes there is some minor white gold around the side diamonds but around the main stone it is yellow gold I think the photo made it look more white. I don’t think I could ever have her ring dipped it has 60 years of a wonderful marriage already on it and I think I read that you can’t turn yellow gold into white???? I may be wrong though. Plus I just got the ring engraved with my grandparents initials and my husbands and I. I am planning on making it a family airloom