Ladies with 3 side micro pave

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2012

I see what you mean about protecting the stones on the outer side of your e-ring shank. I would place a thin metal band in between to protect the stones from rubbing against other stones. Still, metal would rub against the stones and their little prongs so that might not be good.

Can we see a picture? 

Post # 3
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2222 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 1987

I can think of four solutions:

1. Wear the rings on different hands.

2. Have a spacer made of a different, softer material.  Look at Asian jewellery stores for 22-24 karat gold bands.  The softer metal will be the one that is damaged and worn away.  Other softer materials include rubber and wood.

3.  Put a thin layer of clear nail varnish on the inside of one of the rings (not the three sided one).  The nail varnish should absorb some of the damage.

4.Prepare for damage and repair over time.

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