Redipping process?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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1872 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

Yes that is accurate. The stones are not removed.

If you are in the US, it is possible that having the ring replated by someone other than Tacori could void your warranty, so check into that.

Post # 4
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1287 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I’m not sure about the whole Tacori thing like the pp said, but I do know that I have had a ring redipped several times, and its a really quick process.  Afterwards the ring will be brighter.  I was getting mine dipped because I was allergic to the white gold (the nickle) and towards the end was getting it redipped more frequently.  Unfortunately the allergy progessed and can no longer wear that ring constantly.  They do not remove the stones.  I think I dropped mine off and then picked it up the next day, but I’m sure you can even have it done in a few hours. 

Post # 6
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267 posts
Helper bee

@TwoStatesBride:  I thought it had to be sent to Tacori for their “spa treatment” aka re-dipping, etc. Did Tacori or the jeweler set your stone? I heard everything takes forever at Tacori! I’m a Tacori bee-in-waiting (engagement coming this summer!!)  did you get the matching wedding band? Our jeweler said I should send my ering so they can match the band perfectly when it comes time order the band. Did you do this?

Post # 8
Member
267 posts
Helper bee

@TwoStatesBride:  thanks for your info!! Once mine is on my finger, I’m not going to want to part with it for weeks either!!! 🙂

Post # 9
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407 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

My ring is Tacori and my jeweler replates it themselves for free, and it only takes an hour. I know Tacori set the stone when we ordered it because the jeweler explained the ordering process to us. My wedding band is not Tacori. Our jeweler is an authorized Tacori jeweler.

DH is a metallurgical engineer and although he has never worked with jewelry he said that he is pretty sure they do electroplating for the Rhodium plating, which means that the stones are not removed.

 

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