How are your Blue Nile rings holding up?

posted 5 months ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 1997

I’ve purchased a fair amount of jewelry from Blue Nile, and I’ve always been more than happy with the products and the service. We purchased my ER there, and it has held up quite well, although it doesn’t have pave. After several years of wear, I noticed the stone was slightly loose, and Blue Nile had me send it in for repair for free, and they also resized it for free (my hands are arthritic and my knuckles are very slowly growing). I’ve had no issue in the several years since then. Everything else I’ve purchased there has held up well to regular wear, no repairs needed.

Post # 4
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Bumble bee

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FutureMrsA2020 :  my ering is a half eternity pave and my wedding band is a full eternity pave. I’ve never has any issues with stones becoming loose and falling out. I’ve never had any issues with the prongs. Sure, I think the pave stones could be a little better in quality – particularly the color, but I have no regrets and am happy with my purchase 🙂 Their warranty I think is pretty standard. If you need it services, you ask them to process the request. You ship it (at your cost), and they ship it back in a few weeks. If you get it services elsewhere it will void your warranty. I admittedly don’t get my rings serviced as often as I should. I probably do it about once a year. 

Post # 6
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504 posts
Busy bee

I have a platinum channel set princess band from bluenile and the quality is good.  It’s actually one of the nicer princess bands I’ve seen…the proportion of metal to diamond is perfect imo and it sparkles nicely. I know the stones were listed as H/VS2 and I have no reason to believe they aren’t.  I have an anniversary ring (H/VS2) and diamond studs (I/SI2) from James Allen and Whiteflash and the bluenile ring shows no color in comparison.  Their wedding bands appear to be good value but I wouldn’t necessarily say that about all their jewelry.  Their return policy is good so I think it’s worth the risk.

Post # 7
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1497 posts
Bumble bee

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FutureMrsA2020 :  I’d also comment that my center stone is I color, so the pave stones being a H average don’t bother me any and it is a lovely fit. I think my rings are pretty dang sparkly and pretty! I was so pleased with my BN rings that I recommend them to everyone, my best friend also got her ring from BN. 

Post # 9
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755 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2019

My e-ring is from there and it has micro-pave. I’ve had it about 2 years only but it’s perfect. 

Post # 10
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186 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: Las Vegas, Nevada

All three of my rings are from blue nile, they are all in perfect condition still. I have a floating diamond band on my ERing, 1 micropave band and one band that is bead and eye. 

Post # 13
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165 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2019

My husband bought my ER from Blue Nile and was happy with the customer service and quality! I’ve had my ring for 4 years now and have not had any issues with loose or missing diamonds. I believe their warranty is also pretty good, but we haven’t had to utilize their servicing at all.

For reference, I have the petite pave band setting. 

Post # 14
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673 posts
Busy bee

I own a half eternity french pave band 18k yellow gold from Blue Nile since 1.5 years:

https://www.bluenile.com/de/petit-pave-diamond-ring-18k-rose-gold_73171 – this one, just yellow gold. 

No issues at all, no lost stones or issues with prongs. Diamonds look great next to an F diamond. My only advise is to read the dimensions. The pictures looked HUGE, but the ring wasn’t that big.

 

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