I think Diamondseeker's advice is spot on. If you don't want it to look like three rings, then you have to make it as invisible as you can.diamondseeker2006|1469890157|4060842 said:Spacers are usually tiny like that. I sometimes think rose/pink gold is better for a spacer like that on someone with your (or my) skin tone because it tends to disappear and show less than white metal. When others speak of having a ring the same height as the others, I think of that as wearing a third band that is meant to be seen. I think you have plenty going on already with a beautiful wide eternity and your e-ring. So this kind of spacer is a good idea, but I think I might try a 14k pink gold that might blend in more to your skin tone and be less visible. But this one is fine, too. Beautiful rings!