(Closed) Which wedding band?

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
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Honey bee

futuremrsfigz:  

Lovely e-ring and lovely w-band choices! If it were me, I’d get all three w-bands and stack them at whim. Hey, you said your jeweler would be cutting you a deal, right? Score!

Now, for the party-pooper side of me to give her $0.02. I’d need to see the side profile of your e-ring before shopping. From this angle, it looks like you have some exposed girdles on the e-ring. You definitely have exposed girdles on the three w-bands. These will bump and grind more than newlyweds and that will scour the settings. That’s un-fun. I’d need a spacer band in that case. If you don’t want a spacer, then you need a different w-band than those three. That third band might have enough of an edge to avoid exposed girdles but after years of wear and tear and soap scum, I’ve gravitated away from pave and melee. 

Still, what fun to look for w-bands and what gorgeous choices you are picking. Thanks for sharing this part of your journey with us and happy shopping, Bride to Bee.

Bling!

 

Post # 18
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Honey bee

futuremrsfigz:  

Oh, goodie; you’ve got at least 1.5mm of profile of exposed metal. The exposed girdles of your w-bands will scour that but at least it’ll just be metal rather than gemstone.

 

 

Post # 20
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Honey bee

futuremrsfigz:  

I’d still look into a spacer band, though. Those are so much better to take the pounding. That way you will face less repairs/maintenance on the e-ring.

 

 

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