Post # 17
Your ring is gorgeous!! It could also act as wedding band. Someone here suggested a thin plain white gold band and I agree. I think it would work well.
Either a band, or no band – you just cannot go wrong!
Post # 19
@bone1080: Vintage fan here! love the ring. I would go with a simple band. No stones. I dont think you need it cause the E ring is really the wow statement there. If you add another diamond band that be a whole bunch of diamonds. However, that might be your taste.
Im unsure if this is a family piece or not. But how do you feel about getting a nice 1920s simple band? I’ve seen some really nice onces. Its a thought, if you want to keep with the vintage feel and dont mind wearing someone elses ring. I know some bees aren’t a fan of that.
Post # 20
Your ring is so beautiful and balanced I don’t think you need a wedding band. I think a wedding band would throw things off and make it too busy. I’d either get a wedding band and wear it and the ering on separate hands, or get a band to wear on your left hand for days you don’t feel like wearing your ering.
Post # 21
I would personally get a curved band to accentuaonerous Engagement Ring (I know you said you don’t like them but its really the only way to make it fit) or go a whole different route and get an awesomely cool wedding band and then just wear them separately for different occasions!
Post # 22
@bone1080: That’s exactly what I’m doing. Ering is a little bulky, so it goes on the right when I get my simple wedding band.
Honestly, your ering would also make a gorgeous band. Maybe get a smaller band and then you can start stacking the anniversary bands later?
Post # 23
Thanks my dears! I’ve decided to go with a plain (beautiful) band that is pretty dainty and will move my ering to a RHR on days I don’t feel like pairing them together.
Thanks again for all of the awesome suggestions!
Post # 24
Wow what a gorgeous e ring! I think a plain metal band or a tiny pave band would be beautiful!
Post # 26
That ring will look best without a band. I just wear my ering as a wedding ring now, and I love not having to fuss with more than one ring.
Post # 27
I have my great aunt’s ring from 1918 that has a similar curve. It’s not my e-ring, but when I wear it on my left hand as I often do, I don’t intend to wear anything with it.
Here’s that ring:
Post # 28
@bone1080: +1 @lia22 . I think it already looks like it has 2 bands on either side anyway.