(Closed) Questions

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

It sounds like you are going to need to have a new head put on the ring to have the larger stone set. The jeweler won’t be able to fit one large stone where 9 smaller stones used to be. Depending on the design of the ring, you may need just a new head or the entire ring may need to be remade. Can you post a picture so people can see what you mean?

As for the band, you can probably price wedding bands in the size and metal you want to get an idea, and tack a little extra on for labor.

Post # 4
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365 posts
Helper bee

What she said.  🙂   You’re going to be paying for all the metal, which is pretty high right now, and the labor.  

I had a cluster ring changed to a single stone and it was about $175-ish.  That was for the new head, setting the stone, and the obligatory rhodium plating when it was done.  But the work I had done was pretty minimal, you’d be looking at more.

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