Stacking Bands: 2017 Favorites from MSJ

I have been totally obsessed with stacking bands lately! Since the introduction of the Elizabeth Henry stacking bands, I have been playing with gold colors, gemstone combinations, textures, and widths regularly!  I’ve been amazed at some of the unusual combinations that surprise me, like the combination of old and new in one of the photos below. Or how a pop of ruby-color can transform the stack!

Three Diamond Stacking Bands

Simplicity rules with this set. These prong set diamonds twinkle like Christmas lights on the hand. Though all three aren’t identical, they sit together beautifully!

Here are a couple examples of bands like the ones featured above:

Prong Set Diamond Wedding Band

Yellow and White Gold Prong Set Diamond Band

Large Cocktail Diamond Bands

I wish I could practically wear all of these on one finger! I think I’ve gone to heaven over this stack. All five of these estate rings are crafted in yellow gold with white diamonds.

Bands Featured Above from Top to Bottom:

Vintage Diamond Cocktail Ring, High Fashion Statement Ring in Yellow Gold

Asymmetrical Retro Design Fine Diamond Cocktail Ring

Channel Set Diamond Wedding Band Comfort Fit

Contemporary Diamond Pave Ring in Yellow Gold

Diamond Encrusted Wide Yellow Gold Ladies Band, Luxurious Cocktail Ring – SOLD

Vintage and Modern Combination Stacking Rings

I think of stacking rings like layering clothes. Each layer adds a new element to the outfit. But over-do it, and it can look gaudy. Sometimes a ring does really deserve its own finger or an entire hand!  

The rings above are an example of a combination of new and old. A 1950’s floral band with diamonds is paired with a yellow gold diamond and ruby band. A modern infinity diamond ring is paired with a high-end ruby baguette tapered band. Each combination is surprisingly perfect.

Bands Featured Above from Left to Right and Top to Bottom:

White Gold Floral and Diamond Band – SOLD

Square Cut Ruby and Diamond Yellow Gold Band – SOLD

Infinity Love Knot Diamond Ring – SOLD

Fine Ruby Baguette Band in White Gold

Princess Cut Diamond Bypass Ring

Platinum and Diamond Band with Miligrain Edge – SOLD

Antique Jewelry Ring Stack in Snow

Above are some of the newest stacking rings in our collection. Thin bands, wide bands, but always with diamonds.

From left to right:

Wide Diamond Band in Yellow Gold

Bezel Set Diamond Band in White Gold – SOLD

Classic Bar Set Diamond Wedding Band – SOLD

Pave Set Diamonds in Antique Inspired Cocktail Ring – SOLD

Platinum and Diamond Wide Band for Everyday – SOLD

Vintage and Antique Gold Bands, Cigar Bands

I love mixing metals. I often pair a rose gold Marjorie band with my platinum engagement ring set. I love the way rose gold and platinum look together; the whiteness of the platinum really illuminates the rosy nature of the gold.

Gold is the perfect medium for jewelry because it alloys with many different materials, like copper, silver, brass and nickel. These alloys allow the material to take on different hues, such as rose, green, yellow and white respectively.

Standing alone, these colors of gold may be less apparent then when they are next to one another, like in the photo above!

Bring on the stack, ladies! 

Featured above from left to right and top to bottom:

Textured Rose and Green Gold Woven Band

Floral White Gold and Diamond Band – SOLD

“Regard” Antique Cigar Band – Not Online, Come Shop our Dover, NH Store

White Gold and Diamond Band with Miligrain Edge – SOLD

Double Diamond Antique Victorian Diamond Ring

Prong Set Diamond Wedding Band

Modern Two Tone Wide Single Diamond Band – Not Online, Come Shop our Dover, NH Store

Diamond Band with Engraved Shoulders

Wide Rose Gold Antique Victorian Cigar Band 

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