(Closed) Any ladies ever have problems with your Halo/Pave E-ring?

posted 11 years ago in Rings
Post # 17
1392 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010 - Heron Hill Winery

not yet, but have only had it since June…:) will keep an eye out though

Post # 18
50 posts
Worker bee

Nope, no problems yet! I’m due for inspection in October though. Jared will check my ring and if any are loose, they will fix them. As long as I get my ring inspected every 6 months, then they will replace them no questions asked :o)

Post # 19
952 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I have a pave halo and haven’t lost any stones. :knock wood: I’ve been wearing it for almost a year. My wedding ring is also pave.

Post # 20
83 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

I havent lost any stones yet and i’ve had my ering for about 1 year. I think the stones are bead set though. I do have a band that I wear that I got from Zales that is pave and the diamond falls out every time I wear it, its very frustrating!

Post # 21
2695 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

I have the Tiffany Legacy ring for 4 months now.  Hadn’t had a problem.  The center stone isn’t going anywhere. So I’m not concerned with that stone.  Actually I haven’t been concerned with losing any stones. 

Both my mom and Stepmom have lost there center stones recently.  My mom’s ring was only 1.5 years old when she lost her stone. Just fell right out of the prong setting.  It came from Zales.  She didn’t keep up with the 6 month inspections so they wouldn’t honor replacing it for free.  KEEP UP with that if you are from Zales!

My stepmom had her ring for about 3 months and her prongs actually broke-off.  She was shopping when it happened and doesn’t know what she hit it on.  She had a separate insurance policy on the ring that covered the stone and repair. 

Basically I think if it is going to happen it will happen to any setting!  So get the insurance!

Post # 22
10 posts
  • Wedding: October 2007

My white gold pave set ring has not lost a stone in the 2 1/2 years I have worn it. However I have friends with platinum pave set rings that lose stones all the time. The metal of your ring will definitely be a factor…..

Post # 23
1896 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House

One of my coworkers has a ring that looks just like your first picture!  And my setting, while not a halo, is a Ritani pave.  I’m not always the most gentle with it — occasional accidental bumps and bangs happen! — but it’s held up perfectly!

Post # 24
46 posts
  • Wedding: August 2010

This is what a reputable jeweler told me concerning pave rings. When the rings are sized, the setting becomes compromised which makes it easier for the diamonds to come out. If you have the ring made in your size you will have much better luck!!! This is 100% true because I had a pave style ring for one week and I lost a stone. I took it back because I have lifetime insurance on it, and the store ended up ordering me a replacement in my size (5) instead. It took 12 weeks to get it (and I was allowed to keep the original in the interim), but I have had the new ring for 4 months and I have not had a single issue with it. Please keep this in mind ladies!! If you have to have the ring sized, you will most likely lose a stone or two. If your ring finger is more than one full size up or down from what they have available, have the ring ordered to fit you!! It’s worth it!

Post # 25
751 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I had one tiny diamond fall out of the side of the band 1 day after it was sized. I took it to Helzberg at 3 pm and it was fixed by 5 pm the same day. They have an in-house jeweler. Other than that, I haven’t had a single problem, and I wear my ring to my job as a nurse. Mine was sized from a 7 to a 4.75 with no other problems at all

Post # 26
157 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@Stargaze31:  wow thats awesome!  its usually unreal that pave rings can get resized that much without losing its shape.  i’m glad to hear its possible. 

Post # 26
119 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

sarahd07:  No problems whatsoever with my pave setting, either.  Mine is in a shared prong setting. I’m not especially hard on my ring, but not super careful either…  I usually wear it all day, to work and grad school (neither of which involve manual labor, hah) and take it off for cooking, cleaning around the house.  I also don’t sleep with my ring on, I keep it in a pretty dish on my bedside.  I think if your setting is a good quality and well-made, and you take care of it the way you would with any of your nice things, you will be fine.

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