Ring holder while working?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Buzzing bee
Post # 4
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Buzzing bee

sophielle:  The first one was by far my favorite too! Also, at 36″ you could probably tuck the chain into your scrub top and not worry about it coming out. 🙂

I’m a cautious person, so before ordering I’d probably make sure that any necklace I plan to use as a ring holder could hold the weight of my ring…especially those charm ones. I know the Tiffany’s necklace was technically a charm holder too, but people used it as a ring holder so I think it can work.

 

ETA: CONGRATS ON YOUR ENGAGEMENT!!! I just saw it happened last week! How exciting!!!!

Post # 5
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

Have you tried wearing gloves with your ring? I have a high setting with a pointy marquise, and I don’t have any problems. 

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I also have a simple six prong solitaire. I have the Tiffany charm enhancer necklace. I scooped it up before they discontinued it.  I actually don’t find myself wearing it all that much. I generally just go up a size in gloves or I’m very careful about how I take them off now. It hasn’t given me any problems! Here’s my ring on the Tiffany necklace. 

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

sophielle:  thank you 🙂 you will probally be fine without any kind of holder. Most gals I work with wear much more ornate rings than me and do not seem to have a problem.  Some also just wear plain bands. I made sure to get a special blend of platinum that is supposed to be stronger and more scratch resistant so I’m hoping that the prongs can live up to the wear and tear 😉

PS…CONGRATS ON YOUR ENGAGEMENT!!! 🙂 

Post # 10
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Newbee

i just use a safety pin to attach mine to my camisole when I don’t leave it at home.  I would not want to risk scratching a patient or losing a stone.  not to mention all the germs that it would be in contact with…

Post # 11
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Helper bee

I’m a nurse at a hospital and there is a mixture on my unit of girls that wear their rings and girls that don’t wear any at all. I, after having my Ering start to poke through a glove one time and sitting with my FI (who also is in healthcare) and talking about it, and the germs etc decided that I wouldn’t wear my Ering to work, I have a plain titanium band that wear there so nothing happens to my real ring and also don’t have to worry about germs for me/my family when come home or my patients. He also wears a beater band that he will probably continue to for work that is different from his real band. As much as it sucks and I do get a little sad when I see the others that do wear their rings, I just remember that I love mine too much for something to happen and really do not want the germs at work on it – I’ve heard horror stories of some bodily fluids somehow getting on people’s rings – and that grosses me out more than being without my ring makes me sad.

Post # 14
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

sophielle:  Oh that’s a great idea as well!

Post # 15
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

Here’s my ring holder, slightly bigger than I expected but I think it will work 🙂

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