(Closed) Can I change ring?

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

I don’t think Tacori will modify to that degree, it would compromise the structural and aesthetic integrity of the ring too much. 

You are talking about a different shape of centre stone and a different setting, that’s a new ring.

Did you love your ring when you first got it? Many people prefer a lower setting for an engagement ring as it is easier to wear every day. If you’ve just got a bit bored of your ring, you risk getting bored again in the few more years. Would treating yourself to a sparkly Berricle or equivalent CZ right-hand- ring in the style you fancy scratch your itch for you?

Someone here might know about Tacori’s upgrade policy, but I’m sure if you ring or email them, they’ll be very happy to answer that question. 

Edited to add: you may be spending too much time looking at rings, – I’m guilty of that myself. It’s easy to get your head turned by successive gorgeous images of rings you don’t have but possibly could have. 

Could you share a real life top view of your ring? I bet it’s lovely. 

Post # 5
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881 posts
Busy bee

It sounds like you’d be better off to buy a new setting. I really like your current ring though! Keep in mind a ring that’s higher set will probably catch on things a lot more than the one you have now. 

Post # 6
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

I think you’d just have to get a new setting. I don’t think such an intricate ring can be morphed into a different intricate ring. I don’t think it’d turn out. I doubt Tacori would let you trade in but maybe the retailer he went through has a program. 

Post # 7
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2015

Also, you might find a high setting annoying from a practical stand point! 

Post # 9
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: February 2009

Yea, you will just need a new setting.  It just won’t work like you imagine.  It is all integrated and the cathedral is just not that tall.

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

Honestly that is a beautiful ring. I love the graduated sides on the shank and I think that you might miss the brilliance of a modern round brilliant if you switch to a cushion cut. 

I have a thin band (2mm) and I’m really happy with it, but I do think it’s been a very popular trend for a while now and that before too long people will move towards wider bands. 

Given your fiancé bought you a Tacori halo with a diamond band, and the ring you fancy is a Tacori halo with a diamond band, I’d stick with the engagement ring you have, with all the emotional significance it carries, and have fun with inexpensive but dazzling CZ right hand rings.

 

 

Post # 12
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4509 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Considering the high level of detail in both rings I believe you would need to purchase a new setting.  

Post # 13
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

My Fiance and I looked at Tacori rings this summer and the jeweler told us they would only make munor modifications to their settings. You’re looking at major changes to your setting and like a Pp said the cathedral is not high enough to give you the look you want, not to mention it’s 3 years later. I was told they do not have an upgrade policy.

I think your ring is stunning just the way it is. When I was engaged previously I had a cathedral halo similar to what you want and it got caughr on everything.  My current ring is a low spkit shank halo like what you have and I much prefer it. It is so comfortable and doesn’t get caught at all.

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