Post # 1
I was wondering if a beaded wedding band ring (see pic 1 & 2) could be soldered with a plain smooth band e-ring (see pic 3)?
My concern is that the beaded band has raised and ueven edges and will not be able to be securely soldered to the smooth e-ring band. Does anyone have a successfully soldered set where one ring has an uneven edge (ie. twisted band, art deco, etc)?
Thank you in advance for your replies! 😀
Post # 2
you *can* do it, but it might not be pretty. you’ll likely be able to see the solder.
Post # 3
Hi! Some bees say that it’s only in a few spots where it is soldered, so what if it was discreetly placed like on the very top (where the diamond would cover it) and the bottom of the band? Thanks for your repy!! 😀
Post # 4
Find someone who does laser soldering; they should be able to solder only in a few spots so you can’t see it. I have had uneven bands soldered before and you definitely could not see the solder from “outside” – there were three points in “inside” where it was done.
Post # 5
thank you so much! that’s so helpful!! do you happen to have a picture of your soldered set?
Post # 6
My rings are soldered, but only at the very bottom on the inside. The top and sides were left alone. Perhaps that would be an option?
Post # 7
I have actually never seen rings soldered anywhere else than the bottom!
I may, but I won’t be able to look until next week – I don’t have the rings anymore and would need to look in my files.