Maybe it’s hot out. Maybe you wore your ring when you shouldn’t have. (Swollen fingers from working out, anyone?) Maybe you tried on a friend's ring - a friend whose fingers are slightly smaller than yours.
Now you can’t get that ring off! Good news: we have a couple tricks that will get that ring off in no time.
Looking for an exact price list for resizing a ring? Jewelers must consider numerous factors when determining ring resizing cost, as each element affects the materials needed and the time and effort of the procedure.
In all seriousness, the answer is probably yes. In most cases, it is financially logical for you to insure your engagement ring.
Insuring an engagement ring typically costs 1-2% of the value of the ring, paid once each year. Some quick math tells us it would take 50-100 years of paying premiums for you to pay more in insurance than it would have cost you to replace your ring.
Your engagement ring may very well be the first piece of fine jewelry you own.
After the initial excitement of being engaged winds down, you suddenly realize you're now responsible for a pretty valuable piece of jewelry. It's easy to panic - wondering how often to clean it, when to take it off, how to keep it safe ...
Start with these time-based checklists. If you do each of these things at the frequency noted, you're very likely to have a diamond that really does last forever.
A well-fitting ring is a safe ring. Ensuring a proper fit helps safeguard against rings flinging off with your gloves or needing a surprise ring-removal ER trip after an allergic reaction or a long day out in the hot sun.
Deciding to resize your ring is the first step. But who pays for it? You? Your jeweler? Your insurance company? Find out below.