Post # 17
I would not be taking it off at work!!! I would worry continuosly about losing it if it was on a chain or any sort of ring holder. If It were me I would just put larger gloves on over the top.
If it is on your finger it is safe, if on a chain there is a bigger risk you could lose it.
Post # 18
- Wedding: June 2015 - On the Beach in Negril, Jamaica
I remove my ring for everything from cooking, cleaning, washing my hands, applying lotion, doing by face and hair, dancing and pretty much anything except for sleeping. It sits too high to wear it when I REALLY dance (country music) and tears up my fingers. I clean it a minimum of twice a week mainly because I feel if you spend the money to have nice things then it’s your responsibility to maintain them and keep them looking nice. When we first got engaged in December I knew I’d be removing it for all the above, just as I do with my other rings, so I immediately started looking. I found this one on Etsy and I added the birthstones of my fiancé and I to it as well to make it more my own. My ring is quite heavy as a ring is considered and I feel very comfortable and confident that when I put it on my necklace it is very secure and close to my heart.
Post # 19
I am a Medical Technologist and I switch gloves so often, I just tend to wear my ring. But hopefully my Future Mother-In-Law will be getting me a ring holder necklace for Christmas. A lot of the options PPs gave you are good.