Post # 1
Honest opinion…does my band look weird? I have a very low set bezel & know that in order to avoid a gap I have to have some curve to my band but it just seems like it is too much of a dip.
My fiance is fine with me changing it to whatever/however I want, but we already tweaked it once and it doesn’t seem any different to me. We are getting them soldered together this weekend & I can’t make up my mind. It seems a little odd/off to me.
Post # 3
It could just be the lighting, but it does look slightly unbalanced – I’d probably need to see it with the light hitting it from the top rather than the side, though.
Post # 4
I don’t think it looks odd at all, just non-traditional, which doesn’t make it wrong! I actually really like it, very art deco-ish…
Post # 5
First, very pretty e-ring! Are those rubies on the side?
Yes, In My Humble Opinion it does look unbalanced. If you had another matching band on the top it would even it out if you are dead set against a gap. That being said, I think a straight band with a gap would look great…particularly one with rubies in it!
Post # 7
It looks a little strange to me, to be honest. I love your e-ring, and I agree with the PP who said a straight band with rubies would look awesome paired with it!
Post # 9
I think it’s just a lighting issue.
Post # 10
I cant really tell by the size of the pic sorry..do you have a bigger one?
Post # 11
Thanks for the responses Bees! Here are a few more pictures.
I think they are with better lighting & different angle.
Post # 12
@doberman: Thanks doberman-they are rubies on the side. We have talked about adding a band on top & bottom with channel set diamonds in a few years.
Thank you for your reply.
Post # 13
@GelaMac: thank you for your reply. I’ve added 2 more pictures.