Post # 16
Mine hasn’t flattened out yet (i’ve only had it for three months), but it’s super beat up looking on the bottom! It has almost no lustre anymore and is pretty scratched! Did this happen to yours at all?
Post # 17
This is offtopic, but I never thought about that (soldering the wedding band to the ER). That sounds like a great idea!
Post # 18
My platinum rings have done the same thing — slightly misshapen to my finger! The jeweler said it just happens. They can fix it but it will happen again! NBD unless it gets really thin or something.
Post # 19
- Wedding: June 2014 - British Columbia
Only have worn it for just less than a year, almost.
It’s thin, but not overly.
That could explain it. The ring right now is a quarter size too big. I’m usually a 7 but in the summer time, that’s too tight.
Post # 20
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent\'s backyard
not to contradict other bee’s suggestions, but I honestly don’t see how size matters. it it was too big for you but a good thickness, nothing will make it bend unless you took it off and used heavy tools on it. if the ring is so thin that it’s bending while you wear it, it’s just too thin. a “forever” ring should not be so flimsy that it can bend that easily. you might want to consider having the band thickened.
one big concern about it bending so easily is that it could shift the prongs and cause stones to fall out. also, if it gets bent over and over again, it could break.