(Closed) Any Bee’s good with jewlery?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
3148 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

I think it could be done. they would probably cut away the old prongs like you mentioned, and bend the ring more open to widen the gap. in that case, technically I think you could put in any size stone you want, even a large one!

it might cost less to order a new ring, but if you are willing to pay for some custom work, go for it!  you can always take it in to a jewelry designer and ask for a quote. 

Post # 4
1844 posts
Buzzing bee

yes it is possible, your side stones will be covered, your center stone will have to be elevated and you would probably loose the centerprongs / space entirely. I know you love that ring but changing it that drasticly is going to 1. cost 2. take a long time (depending on who does it) and 3. be sory of impractical. I would order another ring.

But I haven’t worked at a jewlers for several years now and your local jewlwer might be able to do things that we coudln’t. Take it to them and see what they say.

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