Post # 1
I can’t decide if I should get the matching Tacori band or not. Below is a picture of my e-ring with the band (took it at the jewlers). The thing that bothers me is that it doesn’t sit flush because of the setting. I haven’t tried to look at other non-tacori bands yet. I can’t decide if I should just get the matching pair and get used to the gap or look elsewhere. What do you think?
Post # 4
I think that if you want a band to sit flush with your ring, you will probably need a “curved” wedding band–it can accomodate your center stone a little better. I don’t know if Tacori makes them or not, but to be honest, it doesn’t appear that the wedding band that “matches” your e-ring is all that unique (though certainly beautiful)–a little blurry in the pic, but it looks like a channel-set diamond band, which you can find at many jewelers. They also make channel-set diamond bands that are curved.
The other option is to get a band specifically made for your e-ring, either soldered to it, or just made to measure.
Beautiful e-ring, though!
Post # 5
Thank you for the compliment! You’re right…it is a chanel-set band. Sorry it’s so blurry…I will post a picture I found online of someone with the matching pair. Maybe I will start to look for other band options and see if there are curved bands that work too. Thanks for the ideas!!
Post # 6
I have a Tacori engagement ring, but I didnt get the matching band. I didn’t like how the Tacori bands sat with my ring, ang they were much more than I wanted to spend. I ended up finding something I loved for under $300 at Kay’s!
Post # 7
I would check other stores that carry tacori to see if they carry a band that has teh curve in it and see if you like it.
The link below is to the ring that I have, because I couldn’t easily find yours on the site but it just shows how they’ve made a band that accommodates it.
Post # 8
I have a tacori engagement ring and after going to the jewelers, we decided to go with another band because of expense. We purchased a similar channel band from bluenile. When I first got it in the mail I wasn’t sure how I liked it with my engagement ring but I decided to wear it for a couple hours and felt more comfortable with it. I think sometimes it can just be a little weird to have to rings on the same finger! Be careful if you decide to solder though, I’ve heard that sometimes it can increase the possibility of the setting breaking. Best of luck picking a wedding band!
Post # 9
@bunnylovesbear & emmybren- I would love to see your e-rings and wedding bands if you have a picture! I had no idea that soldering increases the possibility of breaking..that’s good to know because I was considering it.
@SapphireSun- Your e-ring is beautiful!! Did you get the matching contoured band? My ring didn’t have one as a possibiliy (the 2623) but maybe I could get one made.
Post # 10
@Hillzie: Mine had the option to go with the curved band or the straight band, and I found they fit snug together, so I went with the straight. I kind of wish I might have gone with the other one though, because I miss being able to see the side detailing on the e-ring that the straight band covers up. The curved version mimics the e-ring.
Post # 11
We went with the 2573PR7 e-ring and will likely go with the 462ET… because it just fits.
Post # 12
I am having the same problems with choosing my wedding band. My e-ring has a lot of detail on the sides of the ring with engraving and I don’t want to lose it. However, I feel like the Tacori wedding band will overpower my already beautiful e-ring…
Your ring is beautiful, but I do agree with @JennyW1, you might want to consider a band with a curve by the center stone so it will sit flush. I believe when I spoke with someone at the jewelry store, they told me they would solder (sp?) the rings together…
I posted my ring below… i LOVE it 🙂