Is it OK to have a gap between engagement ring and wedding band?

Is it OK to have a gap between engagement ring and wedding band?

No matter what, there will be a small gap between both rings, even if you get a ring to be flush against the engagement ring. And this will be okay! Sometimes our brides-to-be don’t like having a small gap or aren’t comfortable with it.

How much should a bride spend on a wedding band?

Ultimately, you can expect to spend anywhere between $400-$12,000 on your band at either extreme. The most comfortable price range you may expect to find in 2021 is around $1,000-$3,000.

Do you wear your engagement ring everyday?

Wearing your engagement ring every day – can you? The simple answer is: YES! An engagement ring is not only meant to be worn prior to the wedding but also during the marriage. Since the engagement ring is usually the most expensive piece of jewelry a woman owns, it is too sad for it to stay in the safe!

What is a spacer band?

The spacer is an all-metal band that is meant to sit between your engagement ring and your wedding band, or within a stack of multiple bands. It is intended to protect your diamond bands rings from wearing on one another.

Do diamonds ever lose their sparkle?

Known to be the toughest natural substance on the Earth, diamonds can cut any rock or metal; yet only a diamond can cut another diamond. Despite its ruggedness, diamond can lose its sparkle with oil or dust deposited on it. To maintain the sparkling of this indestructible gemstone is a tough job, but a possible one!

Why do you need a spacer ring?

A spacer band’s primary purpose is to create a buffer between two rings, one of which (if not both) contains diamonds. Because diamonds will scratch and chip one another if they come into contact, I suggest an all metal spacer band to be worn against any diamond band so that the metal band will take the scratching.

What is a spacing ring?

Spacer rings create space between an engagement ring and wedding ring, or in a stackable ring set. These plain gold spacer rings come in 2 different styles, with a choice of 18ct gold, 18ct rose gold, 18ct palladium white gold and platinum.