Post # 31
Here they are, and the spacer by itself. Pic is not great but you might get the idea. It actually looks less noticible when it is is viewed normally on the hand and not shown close up, but I was trying to show you the ring. The hammered-ness doesn’t really show in the pic but it’s just like hammered, where the surface has flat facets, and they reflect the light really nicely when worn. I got it from ebay but it seems the guy doesn’t make them anymore, but you can ask. He used a special kind of silver that was nicer than sterling, I forget what it was called. His user name is elazerin. I’ve also seen hammered spacers on Etsy.
The spacer definitely prevents them from doing damage. But in your case you have a 6-prong e-ring where that South prong juts out toward the w-band whereas I don’t have that issue because mine is a 4-prong. But it should be much like the test spacer you are trying out, as to whether it rubs or not.
Post # 32
I LOVE your set! So gorgeous. Do you mind posting a photo of the front profile view of your wedding band too? I love that the heights match.. I wanted something similar but all of the bands I saw, didn’t sit flush and were almost towering over my e-ring prongs which didn’t look nice from the side but yours is perfect! 🙂
Post # 33
Which ironically would’ve been perfect for me if I can get it on this side of the border. I wouldn’t have problems with the platinum eating my white gold e-ring 🙁
Wouldn’t have minded paying $1K USD for that 1ct white gold band too..
Silly thing is my ring actually shipped from the US.
Thanks for the pics! I just ordered a silver hammered 0.8mm ring from Etsy, will update this thread with pics when I receive it. I am thinking that if I can’t make that work, maybe I will return this ring and get something in white gold instead, or let the platinum eat the donut! Haha
Post # 34
thanks! Here’s a pic of the front
Post # 36
Have you decided if you are keeping the diamond band? Has it gotten more comfortable on your hand? And are you happy with the performance of the smaller diamonds in your wedding band?