Post # 1
I found some info here, but I want some REAL LIFE experience!
I’m thinking white-gold with just about anything– platinum, titanium, tungsten, silver, etc…
Of course we know that if we bang two metals together, the harder will dent the softer.
BUT it’s not like the two rings will literally be *banging* each other all day, so I would LOVE to hear from someone who has an e-ring and wedding band of two different metals, and has worn them for awhile, and can say they are non the worse, or else if there is noticeable wear!
Post # 4
I saw your post this morning and was hoping that by the time I saw it again, you would have responses. I am curious as well. My e-ring is white gold and my band is platinum.
Post # 5
i was just noticing with my ring that they are scratching each other where they rub ion my finger. i’m not getting them sautered together but it looks like it can just be buffed out.
Post # 6
@MrsJules10: what kind of metals are each of them?
Post # 7
I don’t think it will matter if they are different metals or not. They won’t “bang” but your rings rub together no matter what. They twist, turn; normal wear and tear so they do scratch each other.
Post # 8
I don’t know about different metals, but I know that a diamond will always scratch a metal. Maybe ask your local jeweler?
Post # 9
@red_rose: they are both platnium but one is 950 and the other is 900. the 900 is getting a lot more scracthing then the 950. And i’ve notices my 900 band is already slightly bent (been wearing it for 3 months) which doesnt make me happy!
Post # 10
i’m not sure but if you want to always wear them together having them soldered together would solve that problem. The best advice I could give would be to ask a jeweler and even if they did scratch couldnt you have them buffed out?
Post # 11
I’ve worn regular rings stacked before, and the tungsten one scratched up the stainless steel one pretty badly. The tungsten ring is still as shiny as new, though.
Post # 12
When I bought my rings the jeweler told us the harder metal ring will always wear down the softer ring over time. So it’s best to get the same metal/same carat gold.
Post # 13
I am an engineer, and we have a stainless steel pinky ring called the “iron ring”. In one of our engineering classes, I remember the prof saying how left handed people (you are supposed to wear it on your dominant writing hand) can scratch up their gold wedding rings with it. That’s stainless steel and gold, but I imagine any different metals would have an effect on each other.
Post # 14
This too was a worry of mine. I wear an 18 kt white gold solitaire next to a 950 platinum milgrain edge band to pretty much everything day in and day out. So far so good in 3 months! It might just be the fit of the rings next to each other– or lack thereof. They were far from being a bridal set, obviously, but they seem to work together not being soldered because there is often a tiny gap between them. I do hear them clanging together when I jerk my hand suddenly. Used to annoy me, but it seems to do little damage as I’d feared and I’ve grown to actually like the jingle. Just make sure that if you do have a gold e-ring (all gold is softer than platinum) the prongs are thick so if any rubbing does occur over time you don’t risk damaging the prongs and losing a stone.