Post # 1
Ok so I recently changed the headset on my ring as my first one snagged and my diamond almost came out! But here is the problem. Is once I was changing it I switched from my .5 ct round cut to a 1 ct old mine cut and look at his the jewler set it. It’s off kilter! Would you go back an pay for a new headset or ask that they redo it for free?
Post # 3
It looks wrong, wrong, wrong. They need to fix that. I don’t think that headset was meant for a diamond with a squarish cut, but a round one.
Post # 4
I can’t even understand the question!
Post # 5
I don’t think other people around you will notice unless they are really looking, but it would both me all the time if it were my ring. I feel like it would be one of those things that everytime I look at it thats what I would focus on. I would ask them to redo it at no charge. Thats something they should have noticed.
Post # 6
I would DEFINITELY have them fix it. It’s beautiful regardless but I would go crazy if I was wearing it.
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
Yeah, that looks wrong, go insist they correct it for free
Post # 8
This would annoy me to no end
Post # 9
@Ascholar78: Before I read a word you wrote, I was like, “WTF did they do to that ring?” There is no way I’d be able to live with that. They need to fix it.
Post # 11
Its lop sided….RE DO for FREE.
Post # 12
Well the problem is that you’re trying to fit a square cut into a round setting…
Post # 13
@Ascholar78: My dad is a jeweler and I asked him and he said just tell the jeweler to fix it and that is should be fixed for free. Hope this helps! 🙂
Post # 14
Fix it, and they should do it for free! They should have adjusted the setting for the new stone.
Post # 15
Yeah, they DEFINITELY need to fix that for free! If your square stone won’t work with the round setting, they should have told you that before hand. I mean, they are jewelers, they should know!
Post # 16
This would drive me absolutely bonkers. I wouldn’t leave until it was fixed.
ETA: A square diamond in a round setting is going to look weird. Get a square setting, that’s most likely the problem.