(Closed) How much to put a tiny sapphire back in my halo?

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
1531 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

I wouldn’t put it in a sonic cleaner – they vibrate at a very high speed and if it’s coming lose with cleaning with a soft brush…..

If you’re returning to the same jeweller you bought it from, it shouldn’t cost you anything. If not, just a nominal amount. $20?

Post # 3
439 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Sonics cleaners aren’t recommended for rings with pave because the vibrations can cause the stones to rub on the gold and damage the ring or cause the stones to fall out. Have the stone replaced and get the ring checked to see if any others are loose. I just soak my set in regular blue windex in a shot glass over night. Gets rid of any soap or whatever is stuck on it and the sparkle like crazy

Post # 4
2394 posts
Buzzing bee

dizzybee130:  I don’t know the size of your halo stones but my jeweler would probably charge $70 or less for that repair and would probably do it on the spot if they weren’t busy.

My jeweler also told me not to use an ultrasonic cleaner on pave jewelry. They suggested a steam cleaner. I have one now and love how it makes my rings sparkly clean.

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