Post # 1
So I got my ring the other day that I am sooooooo excited about. Mr. S picked out the ring all by himself and he did such a great job! the ring is soooo beautiful and is just waht I wanted..! the only problem is….theres too many diamonds on it… I know right? doesnt make sense does it? MY engagement ring has diamonds on the top, and on the bottom of it! the prongs even have diamonds!
I really really want to wear a wedding band! I went to a jeweller the other day to randomly look at wedding bands, and he told me that any band I put on diamonds on it or not, is going to rub on my engagement ring and the diamonds and will loosen them over time, MOST IMPORTANTLY, it will hide the diamonds on the bottom of my engagement ring!
WHAT SHOULD I DO?!
PLEASE HELP—ANY SUGGESTIONS LADIES?
Post # 3
I don’t know if you will be able to wear a wedding band with it because no matter what it will cover up a row of diamonds. Very beautiful ring though.
Post # 4
Could they not solder them together?
Post # 5
You might have to switch the e-ring to your right hand to wear a wedding band on the left hand …
Post # 6
You could always get a band for your left hand and put the engagement ring on your right hand.
Post # 7
@stewie: They could solder them together to keep them from rubbing but it would cover up the diamonds on the bottom of the band regardless. And that might not be good for the diamonds anyway.
Post # 8
Where is your ring from? Does the store or shop have any band suggestions?
Post # 9
The ring is form Montreal: I think thats what Im going to have to do. Ask him to take it to the jewellers and ask them what can be done. I really want to wear the wedding band and ring together as they look really nice togher and make the diamonds POP 🙂 , but ofcourse dont want to lose a row of diamonds!
Im really glad he picked out the ring but kinda mad that the jeweller didnt say anything abt the wedding band …
I didnt know this was going to be part of my wedding stress!!!
Post # 10
I wonder if you take it to the jeweler if they could take out the bottom row of diamonds and reset them in the band when they attach them together.
Post # 11
Some jewelry stores or brands sell coordinating bands. Your may have one available already if you’re lucky! Otherwise you’ll get to join those of us having to get custom bands made because nothing fits with the ring. I never would have picked a style like mine if I knew I’d have such trouble with the band…
Post # 13
Don’t really have any advice about what to do, but your ring is great!