Matching Wedding Bands for Bel Dia Engagement Rings
Posted on March 27 2014
My last blog planted the idea of thinking about wedding bands when selecting an engagement ring. Sometimes it is hard to tell which band corresponds to which style engagement ring and it can be overwhelming to juggle two different purchases at the same time. Below are two Bel Dia engagement rings and how they look with their matching eternity bands. There is no perfect engagement ring but knowing how you plan to wear your wedding band might help you select a certain style engagement ring over another. This blog highlights just two of our best flush set Bel Dia engagement rings and their corresponding matching eternity bands.
Style # HG5932 is one of our most popular settings for any shape center diamond. We manufacture this in a variety of metals, including two tone options, as well as upgrades such as hand engraving on the sides. This mounting is designed to sit next to our standard 2.5mm diamond eternity with milgrain, which is style # BLDPM85V-14. What makes this ring so popular is that it is a beautiful antique style ring that is also conveniently designed for the more modern day style of stacking multiple rings. The cathedral design makes the ring sit 100% flush with any standard band, as you can see above.
Style # HEK1015O features a 3 row pave diamond shank as well as an extra pave diamonds around and under the halo. This mounting is also cathedral set and can sit flush with our 3 row pave diamond eternity band, which is style# BLDPER200V-14. The beauty of this ring is that you still get extra pave diamonds underneath the halo without the limitation of a basket design. This ring is ideal for someone who wants a bigger look since the total width of the set is over 8mm wide.
When shopping around for an engagement ring, you should always ask how a particular style can be worn with a wedding band. Some rings have a matching band, others allow for more room for creativity of mixing different styles. Asking for assistance from one of our staff gemologist is highly recommended because we can often provide photos and videos showing you how our rings look and the best way to wear them. We can even offer you custom design options that you might not be aware of that can help you land the perfect engagement ring set.