Post # 31
Since your asking for pics, here is my original set with the custom made band. I lost a baguette in my wedding band, so I started wearing my original e-ring with a thin twist band for a short period of time, until my reset. I also attached the reset. It’s not round, which was part of the reason I didn’t post pics with my first post (that and being in a rush) but thought it might be interesting to see the same stone paired various ways and as a solitaire and as a three stone. Even though it’s a pear. Here is her transition. I think she shines more in my new set. I had double baguettes in the original which really took away from it.
Engagement Ring alone
With twist and a gap
New Engagement Ring alone (same pear stone)
Post # 32
I’m a sucker for tapered baguette engagement rings. They’re so beautiful and timeless.
Post # 33
They’re both very pretty but I prefer the solitaire. In my opinion there’s something so classic and beautiful about a solitaire that you can’t go wrong.
Post # 34
- Wedding: October 2016 - Painswick Church and the Falcon Hotel
I love the second one (solitaire) so classic
Post # 35
I have a tapered baguette ring and while I love it – finding a perfect band was so tricky. The solitaire will give you carte blanche with bands.
Post # 36
You just can’t go wrong with that solitaire…so simple, elegant and really highlights that center stone. You could really pair any e band with it and if you are into stacking, then the solitaire would be a better choice imo.
Post # 37
I love the solitaire, I think it’s traditional and romantic, and it looks just lovely on you!