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Top 5 Reasons To Buy A Thin Band Engagement Ring

by Faith Austin
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Our Adiamor Thin Band Engagement Rings are a modern take on classic styles. From solitaires, three-stones, and halo ring settings the thin band engagement ring style allows all the attention to be on your center diamond.

Here are our top 5 reasons to buy a thin band engagement ring:

1.Thin Band Engagement Rings enhance your center stone.

Having a thin band on your engagement ring gives the illusion that the band is barely there. From all views the center diamond takes center stage. Below is an example using our Thin Band Knife Edge Platinum Basket Adiamor Ring Setting:

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2. Thin Band Engagement Rings work great with any size stone.

Whether your center diamond is .25 of a carat or 5.5 carats a thin band engagement ring will make your center stone look amazing . A thin band style will enhance all center stone sizes. Below are examples of different thin band styles paired with different size GIA certified diamonds.

3. Thin Band Engagement Rings pair well with any shape GIA certified diamond.

The next factor to consider is how well thin band engagement ring pairs with different shape center diamonds. As shown below, thin band ring styles compliment any diamond shape.

4. Thin Band Engagament Rings are comfortable!

We all know that comfort is key and with a thin band engagement ring style you’ll never have to worry about feeling constrained like you would with a thicker band. This style is perfect for those who don’t regularly wear lots of jewels but still want to show off their sparkle!

5. Thin Band Engagement Rings stack well with others.

Thin band ring styles not only accentuate the center diamond, they also make it easy to stack other rings with it. Below you can see two different Adiamor thin band engagement ring style with two different wedding band styles.

Thin band engagement ring styles have dominated the engagement ring market over the past few years. The Adiamor Thin Band Engagement Ring Collection offers a modern take on classic styles including everything from solitaire, three-stone, and halo ring settings. These popular styles are not referred to as “thin” meaning less material, less expensive, or cheap.  These beauties are specifically designed thicker in order to compensate for the more narrow designs. While they may be considered dainty they are far from flimsy.   How skinny are thin band engagement rings?  Thin band engagement rings range from 1.5-2.0 mm in width. Some rings may look thinner than others even though they measure the same in width.  Rings with a knife edge appear thinner, or more narrow,  than flat edge or rounded edge engagement rings.  This happens because your eye is drawn to the thinnest point on the ring.  The knife edge on our 1.7mm solitaire is approximately 1mm wide, therefore giving the illusion that the ring is only 1mm wide but in actuality it measures 1.7mm wide.  The same effect happens with thin band rings that have diamonds on the band.  When viewed from the top, a 1.5mm wide engagement ring with diamonds on the band will appear as if it is more narrow.   Your eye is drawn to the size of the diamonds, not the size of the metal, therefore making it appear thinner. 

 Are thin band engagement rings durable?  Let’s just say all jewelry is delicate and really should never be considered durable. Fine jewelry is made of precious metal and rare gemstones. Engagement rings should be handled with care and are not impervious to wear and tear.  Scratches on a thin band ring will be less visible than those on a ring with a wide surface.  A properly fit thin band ring tucks in between the palm of your hand and the base of your finger protecting it from some wear and tear. A thin band ring may conform to your finger faster than a wider band that has the same thickness. They also become misshapen with less impact than a wider ring with the same thickness. That being said rings do not bend on their own and do not get damaged without impact or cause. See how to take care of your Thin Band Engagement Ring here.

See our Adiamor Thin Band Engagement Ring Collection Here.

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