(Closed) Wedding Band Problems!!! :( Need advice!

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
11376 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

I would take it to a mom and pop type of shop. I would tell them my issues with the ring. I would ask if I could trade in the diamonds and gold worth of the band for a new ring, or have them re build that one into a more durable band. I’m sorry you’re dealing with this. :/

Post # 3
2569 posts
Sugar bee

Where did you purchase this ring? 

Post # 5
1189 posts
Bumble bee

It’s so gorgeous! I’d take it to a jeweler who could either fix the problem or piece it out for a custom piece. David Klass could probably help you in that department 😉

Post # 6
2569 posts
Sugar bee

Aw, what a bummer. I would try and take it someone else to have the damage evaulated. This way someone could tell you what it entails to reinforce it so that other stones don’t fall out. Sometimes the prongs all need to be re-tipped. If you find it’s too costly, you could go with a PP recommendation and trade it towards another piece elsewhere. I’m sorry you had this experience!

  • This reply was modified 5 years, 4 months ago by  GemmaBella. Reason: edited for typo
Post # 7
2569 posts
Sugar bee

Sometimes even local jewelers import goods from China where quality isn’t controlled. I have seen so many “pave-diamond-falling-out” nightmares and frustrated customers in a store where I once worked.

Post # 10
252 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2015 - Family Farm and hall -- small town

I bought my paved wedding band from Blue Nile. I couldn’t be happier with it. They usually have better deals than in stores as they have no store fronts or those types of expenses. 

My specs are- 

55- micro paved diamonds, platinum, 0.21 carats, S12, Color I. I paid around $1600. It appraised for more. 

Heres a link to a double paved it’s $1200, just another option 🙂


There’s my pic: 


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