(Closed) Should I be disappointed in a tiny family heirloom engagement ring?

posted 6 years ago in Rings
  • poll: Would you be disappointed in a tiny heirloom ring?

    Absolutely, I deserve BIGGER!

    A little bit, maybe upgrade down the line

    No, it's value is in the history of it

  • Post # 76
    418 posts
    Helper bee

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    gingermamalife:  You can’t ever be wrong for loving a piece of jewellery especially with a story behind it! Think of all the sentiment behind the ring… It’s way more important than the size or weight of a diamond or gem.

    If you really want something with more wow factor then you guys can design a wedding band with some bling or something that represents the 2 of you.

    I personally love heirlooms and everything they represent.

    Post # 77
    329 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: September 2015

    I voted no, love it because it’s a heirloom, however, I agree with others that you have options on how to proceed down the road.  You can change to a RHR, or use as part of stacking on your set, or upgrade later.  My first ER from my ex was a family ring….his mothers engagement diamond and his fathers wedding band diamonds that he made into a ring.  I learned to love it because it was sentimental.

    Post # 78
    9 posts
    • Wedding: July 2015

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    gingermamalife:  I would rather have a family heirloom than anything else. It is 100% unique, which, even ladies with the biggest diamond rings around, can’t say. 

    Really, I would be absolutely thrilled with that! 

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