Post # 1
So the ring on a hand is my engagement ring! I wasn’t looking for a stone (looking for something less traditional), super hard material is really good for my work environment, and the symbolism behind it that my fiance intended (nearly indestructable ring that will never chip or need polishing) really touched me. Awesome!
So now we’re thinking of getting Tungstun Carbite bands for our wedding rings. I’m looking at smoe options and wanted to get some opinions.
The first features a darker satin buffing in the center:
The second has the lighter satin buff:
This last one features a little gold, just to be a little traditional:
All three have clean lines, and I like that the engagement ring has a more detailed pattern. The extra color in the third choice makes it more striking, but I don’t know if I like it better for that. So what do you think?
Post # 3
i voted for number two………….. but just changed my mind. i like the third. very classic yet unique.
Post # 4
I can’t decide between 1 and 2!
Post # 5
I like the first one the best!
Post # 6
I choose the first one! It’s similar to my hubs’ ring!
Post # 7
I’m sorry I’m a little confused… is one of these going to be your e-ring? Or are you getting one and it will be both e-ring and wedding band?
Post # 9
I think tungston looks great with a darker buff…so I vote for #1!
Post # 10
The only thing I’ve heard about tungsten is that it can never be resized so just make sure to get a size you can be comfortable with for a long time.
Post # 11
Just to add to Fanatic’s post – no they can’t be resized but a lot of companies will do lifetime resizing (meaning they will send you a new one in the new size)!
I like the first one!
Post # 12
I like the second one! My husband has a tungsten one and it’s very nice. The only problem is that the inset on his isn’t covered by the guarantee and it chipped. Oh well.