Post # 1
i’m still wedding band hunting at the moment, and am quite lost on the band to match my e-ring.
e-ring is a compass setting solitaire, and i know the wedding band will most likely not sit flush against it unless it’s custom made.. that being said, i’d love to hear from the bees on other possibilities for my wedding ring.
sno idea why the picture is huge.. can’t seem to resize it.
Post # 2
you mean a bypass setting? Maybe the shop where the e-ring comes from has a matching band or search online. There are many curved bands for this type of ring since it is not unique.
Post # 3
Your prongs are compass set but your shank is called a bypass setting. Since you don’t mind a gap, a thin plain gold band or pave diamond band would look great! Maybe something around 1.5mm. You don’t want to get a band that will over power your solitaire.
Post # 4
I had the exact same ring when I first got married…ended up with a thin plain band. Later on I saw some “wrap” rings that we were told could be modified to fit it.
Post # 5
legallyblonde: mrssloan2013: luvjewels:
Thanks for the input! I had no idea the shank is called a bypass setting 🙂
I may go with a rose gold plain band, or a white gold half eternity band (or chanel band) … am thinking of mixing metals to make things more interesting..
Post # 6
I can’t quite tell from your picture, but your ring looks like it could be similar to mine – after a lot of research I went with a wishbone shaped wedding ring, as I decided I didn’t want a gap, and I didn’t want an asymmetrical band in case I wanted to wear it on its own. I’m pleased with my choice, I like the way it mirrors the shape of the engagement ring:
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2011 - Midland, TX
My stone is also compass set with a bypass setting but I ended up with a straight wedding band
Post # 8
our rings are almost identical! love the idea of a wishbone shaped band.