Post # 1
I absolutely love my marquise halo e-ring, however I’ve noticed it’s pretty difficult to look for wedding bands to stack with it where there is no gap between the rings..
So far I’ve seen the gap type and the v-shape type.. but I’m really not sure what would go well with it – Any ideas?? Thanks!!!
Post # 2
Canadianinireland : very very pretty marquise you’ve got there! How high is your setting? My marquise solitaire has a high setting so a plain band fits nicely next to it. That’s what we plan to buy for our wedding next year 😄 if it’s lower, there are some nice V-shaped bands you can get. Some bees are more resourceful.. maybe they can point you to some!
Post # 3
- Wedding: October 2019 - City, State
Have you looked into ring guards/wraps/enhancers? It looks like there’s no room for a band to fit flush, so this could be a good option for you. Here’s an example of one style that might work with your shape:
Post # 4
Canadianinireland : look on Etsy at “deep chevron rings”, I’d recommend measuring your ring to figure out how wide/deep of a V would be needed to fit right.
Post # 5
I would go the custom route only because marq’s especially with additional mm in the halo aren’t standard. Did you want more diamonds in the band? I had a custom design created with a wrap to take the place of stackers.
Post # 6
I know how you feel! My ring is a unqiue shape, and I had a hard time finding something that worked. Ended up rocking the gap and loving it.
I think it will depend on how high the diamond is sitting on your setting! If it’s higher up, a wedding band can sit flush. If not, you can always go the custom route, and have it match the shape of your ring. Or rock the ring gap. I found some pics for inspiration!
Post # 7
I’m in love with everett NYC rings. I bet they have something to go with your ring.
Post # 8
KatzeB : The setting is very low on it – flush to my skin almost because of the halo so I would definitely have to go for either the one with a gap in the ring, or one of the chevron styles!
Post # 9
Thanks for the advice so far guys! I think I’ve found a style that I like on etsy – its an art deco style chevron band that would compliment my e-ring nicely.
Next question: Has anyone bought rings from etsy and been dissapointed with the quality?
I’ve never actually bought anything off of etsy, and the price discrepancies make me worried a bit about metal/diamond quality. Thoughts?