posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
557 posts
Busy bee

Any jeweler with experience should be able to fix your ring. Without having to make another setting. I think the one that told you you needed a new setting was just trying to make money off of you. Just keeping searching you are bound to find a jeweler who can do the work without to much money outta pocket. I see you love your ring so don’t give up until you get it fixed. I don’t blame you for loving your ring It’s so  beautiful. Best of luck to you. 😁

Post # 17
747 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

jbeckett516 :  exchange it to Kohls for the replacement so you have a fresh start with a sturdy ring, then I would suggest adding a band in front of it to help it stay on 🙂 if sizing down is a headache, or take it to a jeweler who’s better equipped to properly size it down. But surely start fresh to avoid ongoing issues for ALL the years ahead of you. 

Post # 18
1836 posts
Buzzing bee

I suggest you exchange it then get a competent jeweler to add sizing beads or a spring instead of resizing.

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