MeganShannon11|1469276546|4058564 said:ETA other than that, I am so happy with the ring which is why I feel so torn on whether to say anything.
Tourmaline|1469281065|4058584 said:I do find the thickness of that band to take away from the center stone. I think 2.2-2.3mm would also be too thick, if that is 2.38. I don't think a wedding band would work with that ring as is, but it could be an engagement/wedding ring in one.
MeganShannon11|1469279636|4058573 said:Hmm. I kind of had my heart set on matching, but that's an idea.
MeganShannon11|1469283539|4058592 said:Bummed to see some of these replies because I had really wanted the traditional two ring look. What width would actually work for that with this style of ring?
diamondseeker2006|1469306728|4058692 said:MeganShannon11|1469283539|4058592 said:Bummed to see some of these replies because I had really wanted the traditional two ring look. What width would actually work for that with this style of ring?
There is the idea that a thinner shank makes the center stone look larger. I would go for 2-2.2 for the shank of the e-ring and 2-2.5mm for the wedding band. The shank could have been made with just slightly larger stones than the ones in the halo. The size of the center stone has a lot to do with the total look. If the center stone was 3 cts in a halo, the shank wouldn't look too out of proportion at 2.4mm. But I will tell you, most people here go with around 2mm shanks even for huge stones.
Look at these (shank and halos about the same size):