Post # 1
So I finally got my heirloom e-ring back after being without it for several months. It was supposed to get a half shank replacement and have the prongs redone because the diamond was loose and the shank was in danger of breaking however it kept coming back from the repair center with things wrong. First they used the wrong metal and then they sent it back with white gold literally globbed on where the prongs should be. Well we finally got it back again yesterday and the prongs still aren’t symmetrical and there are cut like marks on either side of the shank. Well we ended up just taking it home with us since the wedding is in 7 days. This way I can at least wear it for the ceremony. My fiancé and I are pretty much to the point where we’d like to just take it to another jeweler after the wedding to get it fixed but we’re not sure where to take it. Anyone know a good jewelry store in NE Ohio?
Also since FI got me another solitare as a “wedding present” while my heirloom ring was gone how should I wear my rings now? I have my heirloom ring, my solitare and my wedding band which originally went with my heirloom ring but can be switched around. Please vote for which ring setup you think is best. FI really wants me to wear all three together but I’m not sure yet.
Post # 2
I think all your rings are lovely, but I really don’t like them all stacked together.
Post # 3
It looks like too much and is too chunky to have them together. I like the second picture much better.
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2014 - Gold Hill Gardens
I think I’d wear the heirloom ring on my right hand, once it’s finally fixed properly. I love the other two together.
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2015 - City Hall!
I know someone who personally wears all three just as you do. I like the look.
Post # 6
Id use the heirloom as a RHR and go with the solitaire for sure. Looks great with the cross band.
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2009 - New York, NY
I like he heirloom in the right hand and the solitaire and band together in your left hand.
Post # 8
Definiely pic 2.
P.S. Love your wedding band, it looks so gorgeous next to your solitaire!
Post # 9
I would wear the heirloom on the right hand. It’s really pretty but all together it’s too much. Wearing them on seperate hands will show each ring better.
Post # 10
I like the second. It is too much with it all on the same hand. I liek the idea of wearing the heirloom on the right hand.