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knitgirl13

I have bad luck with rings!!!

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My DF proposed to me with a lovely white sapphire ring that I never had any problems with, but I seem to have lost in on Christmas eve sometime between the baking and cleaning frenzy.  We still never found it, so last month we went to Zales and got a great deal on a three stone white gold diamond ring.  Since I'm so paranoid about losing it, I NEVER take this one off but today I noticed that the stones seem to be coming a little loose.  I'm really upset about this because it's only been a month!!

 

We do have the warranty on it, but I'm not sure if I should panic and rush it in pre-emptively or wait and see if something actually falls out.  I don't want to go without my ring while they fix it :-(  Am I just too hard on it?  Should I stop wearing it while I shower and sleep and risk losing another one?  It's been a rough day and I just want to go home and relax but I only live about 10 minutes from the shop so I can go if I need to.

 

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you should take it in, they should just send it out to tighten the prongs around the stone, and if you take your ring in to be cleaned they should inspect the diamonds to see if any are loose then too ( at least this what they do where FI got my ring at Helzberg, I take it in like o nce a month to be clen and they check the diamonds under microscope with little tools) good luck!

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I would take it in right away to get fixed!

I totally know what you're feeling though.  My stone became loose after only 3 weeks!!! I had to part with it for a week while they sent it away to be fixed, but that was better than loosing my diamond!

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