Thin Diamond Wedding Bands

Posted on July 20 2018

It seems like the trend these days is for dainty and delicate jewelry. It used to seem that 2mm was a thin enough ring, but recently we're getting more and more calls for rings that are thinner, more narrow. When I meet with clients face to face and we compare a 2mm shank to a 1.7mm shank, they immediately seem to gravitate towards the thinner design.  Regardless fine jewelry is just that...fine and should not be worn to the gym, working out, doing manual labor etc. We sell some rings that are even thinner than 1.7mm and as long as one is mindful when they are wearing the item, it should have no issues holding up to every day wear.  There is a fine line between dainty and durable. Here are some of my favorite thinner wedding bands that are also some of our best sellers!
  1. Very Thin Diamond Wedding Band Very Thin Diamond Wedding BandThis ever popular u pave wedding ring is only 1.5mm wide.  It looks gorgeous enough on its own, but is also perfect for stacking alongside your engagement ring or other stackable bands.  All the diamonds in this ring are hand selected and hand set by our expert pave setter.
  2. U-Pave Wedding Ring with Diamonds U-Pave Wedding Ring with DiamondsIf you are looking for a slightly wider band than the 1.5mm one above, look no further than this. Shown here is a 1.7mm wide diamond pave wedding ring with diamonds set only halfway around.  Some clients prefer this look over a complete eternity ring.
  3. U Pave Diamond Wedding Band U Pave Diamond Wedding Band If a 2mm wedding ring is thin enough for you, then be sure to consider this pave wedding ring. I am showing our half eternity version, but we also have this ring in full eternity as well.  Personally I prefer a full eternity so you always see diamonds.  I have worn a U pave eternity ring for years and love it!
If you are looking for a dainty and delicate wedding ring, we have you covered.  1.5mm is the thinnest we offer and feel that any thinner, you may run into potential issues with the ring bending and/or losing stones etc.  Like I said before, there is a fine line between dainty and durable. :) Happy shopping!

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