Wedding band for Art Deco target ring?

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2018

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laurenalaine83 :  I mix metals all the time! Varying colors of gold with plat or stainless steel etc look great and there’s no wrong way to wear your stuff plus you aren’t any less married for the number or -lack-there-of- of rings you wear 😊


Exibit A: antique WG anniversary ring with custom peach gold wedding band 

Exibit B: gold wedding band with aforementioned diamond/plat wedding band 

I usually wear it like the first pic or one band on each hand, i constantly change it up and there are no limits to what you can do besides money lol 

Post # 18
74 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 2017

My ring is square but similar to yours.  I went through the same thoughts as you after I got mine.  My E ring was custom made for me and it was not a fun process but i ended up with a beautiful ring in the end.  Anyway, when it came time to decide on a band  I talked to the jewler we used to make my e ring and decided to rock the gap.  There are times when i want to wear my band without my E ring and a custom band wont allow that.  Just a thought.  The band doesnt have to fit your E ring perfectly unless that is what you want.  I love how some ladies have different metals, stones, styles or huge gaps.  It all comes down to what you like and want.  Id go try on some bands and see what you like.  They have curved bands most places which could give you an idea if you want to go that route or rock the gap.  Either way your ring is lovely!IMG_3757

Post # 20
3 posts

How about 1 (or both) of these curved rings:

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