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What Eternity Ring would look divine next to my E-ring?

caribbeanbridetobe

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Would an asscher or round eternity ring look good next to my E-ring? I keep revisiting this, here is my Halo e-ring. I am wondering if an Eternity asscher or round would look good next to it? I have a set already but want to switch it up & I am all about the chunky bling :love: image_297.jpg

here is the set that I am wanting to switch out:
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Here is the asscher I am eyeing: (2ctw u-prong)
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Gypsy

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I'm not an eternity asscher fan. Especially prong set like that. And I also think it would probably be too tall. And would compete not in a good way.

Personally, I'd go for french cut baguettes if you have a REALLY nice budget. Like these:
https://www.singlestone.com/single-stone-collection_c2/julia-small_p35/
https://www.singlestone.com/single-stone-collection_c2/emma_p33/

This is my favorite personally for your ring.
https://www.singlestone.com/single-stone-collection_c2/olivia_p561/

Or if you have a really large budget, then something like this: https://www.singlestone.com/single-stone-collection_c2/madeline_p64/


That's what I'd do. Though I would ask Carlyle if she can quote you far less on something like those suckers because Singlestone's prices make me hyperventilate.
 

cflutist

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Here is a closeup of my asscher eternity band (with a very dirty CBI diamond, horrors):

5-pointers 2.0 mm in a middle of the road Stuller setting but notice the indented prongs:



At normal view distance, just looks like a row of diamonds.



As opposed to a shared prong band with round diamonds:



Good luck with your decision.

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tyty333

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I think you could do either but I really like that asscher band. It would give you a fair amount of bling while not being the
usual eternity ring.
 

caribbeanbridetobe

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cflutist|1463761643|4034022 said:
Here is a closeup of my asscher eternity band (with a very dirty CBI diamond, horrors):

5-pointers 2.0 mm in a middle of the road Stuller setting but notice the indented prongs:



At normal view distance, just looks like a row of diamonds.



As opposed to a shared prong band with round diamonds:



Good luck with your decision.
OMG I am in love!!! :love: What's the total ctw for your asscher eternity? Do tell!
 

junebug17

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I think the asscher eternity would look beautiful with your ering!
 

cflutist

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Mine is the thinnest one that Stuller makes.

Size 4.5 with 26 - 2.0mm stones 1.34 ctw.
Of course more stones would be needed if ring size larger than 4.5.

Also available, 2.3 mm, 2.6 mm, and 3.0 mm.

I wanted the thinest one because it was going to be worn with my ering and I didn't want it to overpower my pear.
 

caribbeanbridetobe

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cflutist|1463869062|4034566 said:
Mine is the thinnest one that Stuller makes.

Size 4.5 with 26 - 2.0mm stones 1.34 ctw.
Of course more stones would be needed if ring size larger than 4.5.

Also available, 2.3 mm, 2.6 mm, and 3.0 mm.

I wanted the thinest one because it was going to be worn with my ering and I didn't want it to overpower my pear.
Where can I find the info on the thin Asscher band? Every vendor I go to says that they only make asschers in 2ctw & above. My finger is also a size 4.5!!

I am thinking I want to graduate my wedding ring/e ring set and just wear the Asscher band with my 24k yellow gold band...
 

cflutist

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Your jeweler can order it to your specifications as it is a custom made item.
You tell them your ring size, diamond size, and metal choice.
Although I have platinum rings, we ordered this one in 14X1 - Stuller's extra white 14k gold that does not need rhodium plating.
 

caribbeanbridetobe

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cflutist|1464048525|4035474 said:
Your jeweler can order it to your specifications as it is a custom made item.
You tell them your ring size, diamond size, and metal choice.
Although I have platinum rings, we ordered this one in 14X1 - Stuller's extra white 14k gold that does not need rhodium plating.
I am looking at a ring that is 3.2mm, but I'm afraid that's a higher setting that I am used to. Is 3.2mm very high?
 

cflutist

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I'm confused, when you select Asscher for the stone shape, it comes in 2.0, 2.3, 2.6, or 3.0 mm stones.

I don't see 3.2 mm.

The product details show all of the measurements of the rings based on the diamond size selected.
 

caribbeanbridetobe

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cflutist|1464056996|4035539 said:
I'm confused, when you select Asscher for the stone shape, it comes in 2.0, 2.3, 2.6, or 3.0 mm stones.

I don't see 3.2 mm.

The product details show all of the measurements of the rings based on the diamond size selected.
The asscher eternity that I posted is at a 3.2mm height, not sure if it's related to the mm :/
 

cflutist

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Get yourself a mm ruler so you can see just how high 3.2 mm is.
 
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