Ring setting too high?

posted 5 months ago in Rings
Post # 3
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64 posts
Worker bee

Doesn’t look too high to me 🙂 your rings are beautiful. Are you finding that your ring is catching on things a lot ???

Post # 4
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2283 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

It’s hard to tell from the picture. Your ring is definitely beautiful, but it looks like it may be a little vulnerable to catching. 

Post # 5
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: Shreveport, LA

I don’t think so, I have a princess cut as well and it’s about the same height. Do they bother you and catch on things or do you bang it into things? All your rings are beautiful and imo the perfect height!

Post # 6
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591 posts
Busy bee

Beautiful stack!  Setting height is a matter of personal taste.  It’s hard to say from the blurry pics, but this setting looks a bit high for me.  However, I prefer low to medium height settings to avoid catching, banging, damage, etc.  I also feel super high settings can make a ring look “costume-y” and less  cohesive.  All that matters is that you are comfortable with the height.  But if you find your ring snagging on things, getting banged, etc., you might want to consider a lower setting.  GL!

Post # 8
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591 posts
Busy bee

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Jeepgurl72 :  I’m so sorry this happened to you.  Very sad.  Have you considered taking it to a local reputable jeweler (not a mall chain jeweler) for an opinion on what can be done?  GL  

Post # 11
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382 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 1985

I want you to be able to wear your ring. It’s been a year!  I would take it to a local jeweler that has a good reputation and see what they say. Your husband worked so hard to get you this ring and I want you to enjoy it. Good luck and keep us posted!

Post # 12
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Sugar bee

Definitely take it to a reputable local jeweler – one who has a bench on-site. (Meaning they have a person on staff who does all of their work instead of sending it out somewhere.) Do your research and read reviews – you can typically weed out the fake reviews or “revenge” reviews to help determine if the jeweler is good or not.

 

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