Post # 1
I have a knife-edge solitaire engagment ring. I probably won’t keep the setting forever… but I don’t see changing it anytime soon either.
For those of you that have knife-edged e-rings… do I have to get a knife-edge wedding band? I’d really like the set to sit flush. If anyone has pics, that would be great!
I know the obvious answer is to try on some non-knife edge bands, but it is hard to tell. My fingers are smaller than the rings most stores keep in stock, so I can’t tell if they will sit flush etc.
Post # 3
The sitting flush part has nothing to do with the shape of the band and has everything to do with how your mounting is set on your e-ring. What I’m trying to say is, that you if your setting comes from the base of your ring, then no band will sit flush (this would be the case with a tiffany setting for instance in the picture below because the prongs come from the bottom and won’t allow a band to sit flush with the e-ring)
I’m having to have my setting custom made so that it will sit flush with my band. I’m having it made like a cathedral, but with a very low taper on the ring and the tiffany prong mount to better show off my diamond. It’s called an airline four prong. There has to be enough room under the prongs for the band to sit flush against the e-ring. You can see what I mean in the website below.