Post # 1
I got a vintage wedding set. Unfortunately the engagement ring doesn’t sit flesh as good to one side as it does the other. If you swap the band to the other side of the engagement ring it sits more worse, there is gapping. Not sure if I am being too picky. When I took it in they had another set the same and the way it sat together was worse with that set.
Post # 2
So um.. what’s your question?
Post # 3
Did you pick it yourself or was it a surprise?? Do you have a picture?
Post # 4
This is the ring. I picked it out myself. Sorry I didnt post a question or comment back sooner.
Post # 5
When I took it back in they said there might be a small gap on one side. And they ordered the same exact ring in to compare and that set did the same thing but worse. Not sure if this is something I should be so picky about. I am a very picky person lol
Post # 6
- Wedding: February 2005 - Shreveport, LA
I see what your talking about but I think your ring is gorgeous and it’s not that noticeable. I have a princess cut too and it’s in a custom setting and we had a band made to match and it does the same thing. Here’s a pic for reference. I hope you keep it because it really is a stunning ring!
Post # 9
Yeah that gap is normal for a curved band, they are rarely a perfect fit.
Post # 10
The gap is normal. If you zoom in on my photo you can see how the rings have a slight gap between them, and my rings are meant to sit flush and they are soldered together but a tiny gap still exists. The more you wear your ring the less noticeable it will be to you. I’m guessing most people don’t even see the gap irl. Hope this helps.
Post # 11
My vintage set doesn’t sit flush.