Post # 1
Hi Bees! I’ve had my ring for about 1.5 years now and I noticed the other day on the very bottom of my ring its starting to yellow a little bit. It doesn’t overly bother me, but I was wondering if anyone knew if it were even possible to get a ring like mine dipped? I have the rose gold…shoulder…accent thingies?
Post # 3
Yes, it is. They will brush something over the rose gold and the rodium will not stick to the rose gold, I had it done : )
Post # 4
@TheSmilingToast: yes, it is possible. Mine is white gold with yellow gold prongs and basket. You just need to make sure to point it out (most good jewelers will notice, but as as precaution, just mention it to them). They will keep the rose gold rose and just plate the white.
My jeweler accidently dipped my entire ring once (before I said anything). I was PISSED!! But luckily they fixed it quickly.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent\'s backyard
@countrygirlatheart: interesting! I never thought of that but it completely makes sense. do you think it costs more since they would have to spend time carefully masking off the areas?
Post # 6
Commenting to follow! I’m considering a two toned rhr!
Post # 7
@nerdybird: The place I took my ring did not charge me more. Good luck, Im sure all will go well.