Post # 1
Okay bees, here’s my question.
I’m a pianist. I play regularly in front of a lot of people, and I also teach lessons. The thing is, any ring I’ve ever worn had to be removed for me to play well. I have one extremely thin plain band that I can wear while I’m playing, but anything else and I fumble like crazy.(I’m pretty sure it’s just a weird me thing. I can’t play with bracelets or bulky long sleeves, either. It doesn’t “feel right” and that messes me up, if that makes sense.)
So evidently my e-ring has to be something…lightweight? with a thin band? I don’t even know! And I definitely don’t want to be taking it off and putting it on multiple times every day, in different locations. Any suggestions?
Post # 3
sounds like a lightweight, thin banded e-ring would be just right!
Post # 4
you may have to have it custom made but i think something made with titanium would be perfect for you. its super lightweight so it wont but you as much and maybe do smaller stones.
Post # 5
Here is a picture of my e-ring. I would probably do something like this with your plain gold band:
Post # 6
I’m also a piano player! I play hours everyday and teach lessons, so I totally get where you are coming from.
When my husband and I were looking at rings, I made sure to get one with a VERY thin band and a solitaire diamond. For my wedding bands, they are very thin and eternity.
i get the feeling I’m not as sensitive about rings while playing as you…but I do recommend a VERY thin and light band. Here are a few pictures!
Post # 7
Something like this might be a good idea:
It’s a titanium tension set engagement ring. Titanium is an extremely light metal and with the tension setting you won’t have anything getting in the way. Plus I think it looks super cool. 🙂
However if you want something more traditional and less modern looking, here are some lovely solitaires made in titanium. Except the prongs, which are platinum.
Post # 8
Palladium is lightweight and very similar to platinum.