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Please give me your opinions on my rings!!! Anyone?????

PintoBean

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how big is the spacer?

Can you take a picture from a real life perspective?
 

marcy

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CT Sparkle. I don't dislike it but the thing I notice is it looks more like a gap since the spacer isn't the same height as your pretty rings. I don't think it looks bad though.


Marcy
 

Fulvia

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I don't like the look of the spacer - the gap in height makes it all look rather awkwardly matched.

Also: FWIW I would wear the e-ring and eternity separately. Both pieces are beautiful and in particular your EC band is STUNNING and deserves the spotlight all on her lonesome.
 

RachelR

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I looked at the pictures before I read your question, and honestly I didn't even notice the spacer at first glance. I think your set is very pretty and eye-catching. :))
 

CTsparkle13

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RachelR|1469660490|4060029 said:
I looked at the pictures before I read your question, and honestly I didn't even notice the spacer at first glance. I think your set is very pretty and eye-catching. :))


Thank you RachelR!!!
 

CTsparkle13

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I decided to wear the rings without the spacer. I just couldn't get used to the look. Here are my rings without it.

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marcy

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Ctsparkle they look fabulous together. Both of them are gorgeous rings.


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diamondseeker2006

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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!
 

MissGotRocks

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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!

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.
As long as the rings aren't damaging each other, I like just the two of them. Lots of pretty bling!!
 

AprilBaby

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Gorgeous ring set! I like it better without the spacer.
 

CRYSTAL24K

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Your set is so beautiful with or w/o the spacer! :love:

I agree with some of the other posters-- Looking at the photos before reading your question, I didn't even notice the spacer.
 
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