(Closed) Ring advice!

posted 4 years ago in Rings
  • poll: is this ring setting...
    very delicate - high risk! : (0 votes)
    not too delicate, you'll be fine : (28 votes)
    64 %
    a pretty high setting : (0 votes)
    average height setting : (16 votes)
    36 %
    a low setting : (0 votes)
  • Post # 2
    723 posts
    Busy bee

    It looks pretty substantially to me, I don’t think that’s at risk of bending.

    Post # 3
    67 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: May 2018

     It’s hard to tell from that photo, but if the band is substantial width and a high-quality metal, the ring should hold up. That kind of basket setting would also likely be more forgiving than a high prong setting like a solitaire. 

    Post # 4
    477 posts
    Helper bee

    I get the advice from a local jeweler.

    Post # 5
    2552 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: May 2017

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    pinkrainboots :  are there more pictures you can post? 

    Post # 6
    513 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: March 2017

    As others have said, it’s hard to tell just based on that photo. But from what I can see, it doesn’t look too delicate. It’s not pave (right?), it doesn’t look overly thin, and it doesn’t have a huge stone connected only at a tiny point. Instead, the basket is decently wide and it’s got some structural support from the side stones.

    Post # 7
    661 posts
    Busy bee

    That band seems too think to bend. My e-ring band is a similar thickness and I don’t think I could ever bend it!

    Post # 8
    635 posts
    Busy bee

    May we see more pics?

    Post # 10
    537 posts
    Busy bee

     It looks a little thin at the shank but the bottom looks thick which is good. If you don’t knock it around I think it will be fine. It doesn’t look like a super low setting, more average

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