My understanding is that if the girdle (outer most perimeter) of one diamond is touching the girdle of another diamond, there is likely to be damage to both diamonds.
I was really hoping to stack larger diamond eternity bands. I own a platinum 0.25 per stone U I prong eternity band and was hoping to stack it with a matching yellow diamond cushion cut eternity band. When I called Tami at ID Jewellery to discuss them making me another band to go with the one I own, she said there would be too much damage to both rings in the long run, and just get another tennis bracelet instead
Another pricescoper did mention putting a thin Tiffany wedding band between the rings, but it really isn’t the look I’m going for.
If anyone has any other setting ideas or ways to manage this first world problem I’d really love the advice.
P.S I did try stacking my eternity u prong eternity band with a Chanel set diamond eternity band. The chanel set band had a lot of metal on either side and in my desired carat weight was just too uncomfortable to wear.
On another note…..anyone have suggestions for where to go for a yellow diamond eternity? I’m not finding very many reputable places when I do a search.
I have two eternities that I stack and I always wear a tiny 1mm spacer in between. one has exposed girdles and I feel more comfortable keeping them safe. I love stacks so I like the look, and between all the sparkle, it’s not really the center of attention.