When people ask us for help pairing antique or vintage engagement rings with wedding bands, we always try to emphasize that there are no rules. Here we have put together some creative pairings with some of our very favorite engagement rings in order to give your eyes some examples of this! We hope this list will provide examples of the many ways you can combine different metals, styles, and stones to help make your very own perfect pair.
Here we have an incredible cushion cut placed next to a channel set sapphire eternity band and a round brilliant diamond band. This eclectic mix leaves the elegance of the engagement ring, but adds some beautiful color and contrast!
This is a gorgeous combination that adds plenty of round diamonds to border this beautiful pear shaped diamond. Each of the bands here are rose gold, keeping this look very elegant and uniform. The look is very modern and elegant with an excellent fit!
Here we have another pear shaped ring, but this time in yellow gold. Again we have paired it with a curved hugging the bottom of the pear. The band features a gorgeous pattern of round and marquise diamonds. We love pairing pears at Filigree!
This stately group presents lovely negative space with the geometric band below as well as the spaces created between the center stone and the curved band! With all that negative space this pairing still presents a very deliberate fit.
This combination pairs a beautifully patterned band and a curved diamond band on either side of this gorgeous emerald cut diamond engagement ring. All in white gold so the colors match, but the different shapes made possible by these bands offer you a lot of creative options for how you could wear your ring.
This fabulous sapphire engagement ring offers the perfect shape for these curved diamond wedding bands to hug! On top we have a wonderful example of mixing metals, which could be just the look for you!
These curved yellow gold diamond bands are a great way to add accents to a bezel set solitaire. Nicely hugging the center stone and providing a slightly more interesting assembly, these curved bands are perfect for solitaire rings.