Post # 1
I got my emerald cut bezel moissanite e-ring just over a week ago and I’ve noticed that the stone is a bit loose and that water leaks in on the sides.
I can’t see the stone physically move, but when I shake it against my ear I can hear it rattling. We’re going to bring it in today to get it tightened, but I’m wondering if water ever gets into your bezel settings and gets stuck between the setting and the stone? Sometimes I can see condensation underneath my stone 🙁
We have hard water and I would hate for calicium to dry on the inside!
Post # 2
Yikes. I have a bezel eternity band and I cannot hear anything rattling nor can I see water or anything inside of it. It does have tiny pinprick openings on the inside but nothing that could cause this sort of thing. Does not sound like a well set stone to me at all.
Post # 3
This is one of the reasons why I’m hesitant to go the bezel route even if that route makes more sense to my aesthetic and lifestyle. 🙁 I hope you get yours fixed and in top shape. I wouldn’t want to be walking around with a rattling engagement ring.
Post # 4
I dont have a bezel, but my stone makes al ittle noise but its in there well with 6 prongs so idk what to do?
Post # 5
I have a bezel, and the stone is a little loose on purpose because it’s an aquamarine. If it’s made too tight, it can damage the stone. My jeweler told me that when I clean my ring, I should dry it with a blow dryer.
Post # 6
I have a bezel set as well but mine is open at the bottom. I work for a custom jeweller though and I would recommend getting the setting tightened a little bit and it will definitely help with the rattling. In regards to the water a tiny tiny bit might always get in and as someone else said you can blow dry it every now and again. But for sure get it tightened it will help
Post # 7
Thanks for your input bees 🙂 We brought it back to the jeweller that custom made it and they are going to fix it free of charge 😀