(Closed) Would you leave your ring with a jeweler to be resized?

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 31
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2017

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AnonBee2019 :  you need to consider that once you add a band, your e-ring will probably fit fine. I had mine sized down and regretted it after I got married, as my e-ring then became too tight. 

Post # 32
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

If you really don’t want to leave it with someone, you could go to Jared.  They resize in a room with glass windows where you can watch, and take about an hour.  I’m sure they’re pricy, though.

Post # 33
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2017

Hi bee! I resized my ring 1 month after the wedding. It was a local jeweler who knew my mother in law and grandma in law. They actually recommend me him, so i left my ring with no doubt. I dont have insurance. I was worried a bit, because they told me it will be done in 7 days, but didnt contact me. But after 8 days i sent them a msg on Facebook and they said its ready and they could not reach me. Well, anyway i was very satisfied with their job:) so find somebody based on family and friends reviews and you will be fine 🙂 

Post # 34
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Is it winter where you are? If so, your hands will be smaller in the cold weather. Unless your ring is so loose it could fall off your hand, I’d wait until you’ve worn it over summer too so you know that it will fit all year round if you resize it. 

Post # 35
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Blushing bee

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AnonBee2019 :  your ring is only a 1/4 size to big. Once you get your wedding band to wear it, your ER might be the perfect size as it is now. I would get a small (cheap) stacking band and wear it on top of the ER to avoid losing it.

Post # 36
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: Oxford Hotel - Denver

I would just get that baby insured and then maybe pick a reputable jeweler that is not a chain. I was married once before this time around, and we got my ring at Jared (I regret it but we were 20) and they really jacked up my ring on a resize. I feel like the bench jewelers at well reviewed small jewelers have less tendancy to outsource their work and they tend to be more accountable for the work that they do. This is just in my experience, obviously it’s not the overarching rule. 

But yeah, you’re gonna have to get it resized or you could lose it, so I would just pick a good local jeweler.

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