Post # 1
My slightly non-traditional e-ring has made it a bit harder to find a wedding band that compliments it. I am down to 2 options:
A) 6 stones 1/3ct = $1000ish
B) 13 stones .40ct = under $500
I only gave the prices because around here ever penny counts – we are eloping since it is much cheaper. I am leaning towards option A because the wedding bands stones end just after the E-rings.
Post # 3
I prefer the 13 stones. I think it complements your ring a lot better.
Post # 4
@retailvictim: The 6 stone band looks like a perfect match ! I voted for it.
Post # 5
I prefer the more substantial size stones of the 6 stone, and I think its a perfect match with your e-ring! I think the shanks work better together too.
Post # 6
I like the 6 stone, but I would try to find something cheaper than 1k if you can. I dont know if its because of that particular setting, but it seems a bit high. I have been researching a 7 stone from .5-.7cts and have gotten quotes for 1250 for a G color, SI1 diamond.
Post # 7
@Excited To Bee: It probably costs more because it is from a local brick and morter store. And for that price it comes with a “lifetime warranty” on the stones and the gold and free resizing. If I lose a stone they will replace it. When the white gold tarnishes they will “re-plate” it – something like that. I keep looking for a similar band online but i keep coming up empty. The thing that makes the 6 stone band special is that is curved, kind of a crescent shape. My princess cut emerald makes it so most bands dont’ fit next to the e-ring properly.
If you see any similar online – Please do share 🙂
PS: Thanks everyone for your help!!!