Post # 1
I am totallyin love with this ring
It’s CharmyPoo’s and can be seen here
I love the split shank look! However I don’t love bands that are bent or nonlinear. The band for the above ring is like this:
The main reason I don’t like this band is because I don’t think I would ever wear it on it’s own.
So anyways, I would love to see any rings that are split shank, particularly with the wedding bands. Do they sit flush with your e-ring? Are they all bent or rounded? Any ideas/pictures of a wedding band that is straight and also sits flush with a split shank e-ring??
Post # 3
I dont have one but I personally love a gap! Here’s a link to an old thread: http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/split-shank-engagement-ringswhat-band
Post # 4
I have some gaps (love me some gaps). Went with the straight band because I found I didn’t care for the contour band all alone. BUT if I were to ever change my mind and decide I wanted them flush, my halo sits just high enough and the shank is shaped in such a way that if I push the band up against it I could have them sautered and they’d be flush. I tried to take a pic so you could see but it’s hard to hold them together and snap a pic at the same time. 🙂 Hope this helps.
Post # 5
@claireos: I love your set! It’s rare nowadays to see halos with non-blingy bands. Yours is super pretty!
Post # 6
@discodance: Thank you ma’am! 🙂
Post # 7
There’s mine! I have two bands, but recently started wearing them together, instead of framing my e ring with them. I dont mind a “gap” and didnt like contour bands alone.
Post # 8
I’m not a fan of the gap look so we opted for custom made to alleviate that issue.
Post # 9
@Azalea_Bee: I finally got my new setting yesterday. He was able to make like a ring enhancer so my ring sits flush! Basically it’s 2 bands connected on the bottom and the ring pops in the midddle of it!