Post # 1
I have been working on a project for quite a bit now and when it was time to choose my wedding band, I just couldn’t make up my mind. I decided I’ll have a band to wear with my e-ring and a stand alone thicker band to wear on its own. In my husband’s culture the ring is worn on the right hand and on mine it’s worn on the left. We move between the two countries all the time. So I’ll wear one on each hand.
Now here’s where I can’t choose. Normally I feel a whole lot more attracted to stones with color. Husband had given me my spinel and a white diamond when we were designing my ring. For the wedding he said he thought he preferred the wedding band to be all white. I said ok. But we proceeded to make three bands and I’d get to keep one.
The rings are finally finished. Well, the thicker, stand alone bands. Thin one still needs to get the rhodium. And then the diamonds set in.
Now, husband seems to like the canary diamond band more… And I love the white one (weird) but really love both! So hard to just pick one! I really REALLY want to keep both. And the thin band. But we can’t and I know at least for now I have to pick one (plus the thin one).
Soo if you had to choose, which one would you pick bees?
Canary diamond halo oval band
If you want to see them better, here links to short videos on my Vine wedding acct (lol)
Post # 2
Definitely the canary! It is exquisite.
Post # 3
They’re both very pretty, but I really love the canary one.
Post # 4
Arrhhhh not sure why but it’s not letting me edit and it deletes the link for the white band! It’s here
Post # 5
I like the white diamond band better. The halo on the yellow diamond band is too busy/chunky for me personally. Both are beautiful though.
In which culture is it tradition to wear the wedding rings on the right hand? I think it’s a neat idea to have rings to play to both traditions.
Post # 6
Both rings are gorgeous– but they are rather (imo) too much ring for your hand– you must have really small, feminine hands– and I’m totally jealous.
Post # 7
thanks! I love it too. It’s so strange for me to like the white one pretty much as much as I like the colored one!
For jewelry loving bees I’m adding pics of the “making of”
Casted ring. VERY rough, not polished yet.
Polished ring, ready for setting
diamonds. The big ones were already in the jeweler’s hands being set
Post # 8
I love colored stones, but I feel like the canary ring overpowers your hand.
Post # 10
They’re both beautiful. But I’m in love with that canary band! If I had two bands and one was a regular thin band I would definitly step out of the box for my second thicker band! 🙂
Post # 11
CAD (already rendered) for the Canary band
Rough casted ring
Post # 12
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I’m a colored stone bee, and the canary band is gorgeous and unique, but that white diamond band looks so regal in your hand…I vote white diamond.
Post # 13
The thin band (still not finished).
Casted ring. Rough
Polished. Still needs rhodium and stones to be set
With the engagement ring. Once it’s finished it will sit flush as the prongs will be shaved
AANNDD…. Before I have two part ways with one of them, BOOoooo
ring porn pics!
Thin one is just metal but hey, it counts! Lol
i wish I could keep all four!
Post # 14
Oh my gosh! Those bands are ALL amazingly gorgeous!! I don’t think I could possibly choose one. The design of the canary one is stunning with all the lovely halos, and with how the white and canary stones set each other off. And the all white one has such a graceful and beautifully flowing design to it.
I think I would vote for the all white one. I love the way it looks on your hand. Very elegant and beautiful!
Post # 15
THe canary one is lovely but just too much for me. I love the idea of a single oval canary halo as an e-ring. The white band is just gorgeous!