- Mar 2, 2009
I agree! I''m surprised that many main stream jewelry stores don''t carry them. When I was trying out different bands at the mall to see what I''d like, almost none of the big names (Kays, Zales, etc) had the shared prong bands. You''d think they would since people would probably like them alot. Mostly they carried channel set or bead set bands.Date: 3/4/2009 9:52:55 AM
That looks gorgeous with your stone.
I''m such a fan of shared prong bands too!
Thanks! It''s actually just a modest 1 ct But apparently of good quality since I get a lot of compliments on it, haha. I only wear a sz 4.5, which makes it seem bigger than it is.Date: 3/4/2009 10:12:30 AM
Your solitaire looks huge! I love your set!
iloveprincesscuts--I wear my shared-prong eternity band with my e-ring (which is set in a shared-prong eternity band, too) every day and they are completely comfortable together. My e-ring band has 4-pointers in it, and my wedding band has 7-pointers, for reference.Date: 3/4/2009 9:19:58 AM
looks awesome! i got the shared prong too, see avatar. can you wear yours yet? im curious to know how it feels wearing it everyday w/ ering!?
It looks SO GOOD
Thanks! There are 11 stones, 2.5mm each I''m so happy they look good together, I bought the ring online and wasn''t sure, but it all worked out!Date: 3/4/2009 1:38:07 PM
They look so pretty together. Would you mind me asking how big the stones are in your new shared prong band? They look like a just right size.
I totally agree. While I greatly admire the artistic and loving craftsmanship that goes into those intricate and beautiful antique style rings, I personally like my jewelry to be streamlined, simple, and clean (and shiny!).Date: 3/4/2009 4:44:57 PM
Looks great! I love the streamline sparkle of the shared prong.
Thanks! Macro setting + natural lighting + "sharpen" feature of editing software = shiny picturesDate: 3/5/2009 12:10:59 AM
it is so pretty!!! and your pics are awesome!!