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I LOVE #1, #2 is my 2nd fave, and #3 is my least, just because the diamonds are smaller :)

 

Well, not that the diamonds are small, cause i have a zillion tiny diamonds on mine, but that the prongs are too big. does that make sense?

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I actually picked #1 because I love the look of the actual band - a bit more antique and shiny :)

 

I actually bought my band today and it's a lot like #1 except it doesn't have the side diamonds. I helped try on a few that did but honestly it just didn't seem necessary - you couldn't see them at all when the band was on.

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I love the "vintage" look of #1. I see what the other girls mean about it rubbing on your ER though. I know that happens to a certain extent with all WBs and ERs, but the diamonds on the side might exaggerate the prob. Have you thought about solding your ER and WB together? Don't know if you could do that with #1. I still really like #1...but #3 would be my second choice...and probably the better, more practical choice. Still has some of that vintage feel. Let us know what you decide!
#1 is my favorite too, I really like the vintage look too. I had thought about soldering them together but if I got this one, I wouldn't be able to which would be okay.

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ok, just a heads up...i have a wedding band with a bunch of small diamonds and debated between an infinite or not but someone told me that infinites are hard to resize, etc. so i got a ring with diamonds around most of it.

the small diamonds are such a PITA to keep clean...i now wish i just had a simple band...if i had an infinite band i would be soo annoyed.

just my 2 cetns
I think all of these are 1/2 way around, at least thats what I hope because I've heard the same thing with resizing of eternity bands. Does yours go half way around? I know my ering is so dirty right now I need to get it cleaned!

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I LOVE #1, #2 is my 2nd fave, and #3 is my least, just because the diamonds are smaller :)

Well, not that the diamonds are small, cause i have a zillion tiny diamonds on mine, but that the prongs are too big. does that make sense?
I love #1 too, I just can't figure out if its the most practical. I do know what you're saying about the prongs being too big on #3, I like that it has the milgrain edge to give it that antique look, but I wish the diamonds were more the pave setting of the first one. I might have to do a little more research to see if I can find one like that on another site.

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I actually picked #1 because I love the look of the actual band - a bit more antique and shiny :)

I actually bought my band today and it's a lot like #1 except it doesn't have the side diamonds. I helped try on a few that did but honestly it just didn't seem necessary - you couldn't see them at all when the band was on.
I keep thinking this too, that you won't even be able to see the side diamonds, maybe if I wasn't going to wear my ering.

I asked steve last night which one he liked and he didn't like #1, he thought #3 was best.

If I could just find one that was a combination of #1 & #3 I would be really happy. And then I go back to liking the clean lines look of #2 as well, hahaha!

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I vote for #1, but I think I'm partial because my ER and WB look very similar, but with princess cut stones on the top.

 

but, I've also worried about the side stones and if you wear the band with your ER,. you won't even see the side stones too much.

 

my second choice is #3....I love the millgraining!

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I like them all! But I would go with #2. My e ring is a semi solitaire (it has two sapphires set under the diamond so you can't see them from the top so it looks like a solitaire) with a plain band as well and I tried on some wedding bands with detailing like #3, and it kind of looked out of place next to my e ring.

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I choose #2. I really like #3, but reading the description of your e-ring, I don't think that much detailing will look good with such a simple ring next to it. So for me, #1 is completely out of the question.

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