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  • #106224
    amanda-woosley
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    My boyfriend and I are shopping for rings right now.

    #106225
    kay-lister
    Member

    Amanda,

    Unless it is a string tied around your finger, you are taking a risk playing with jewelry on.

    #106226
    Tacye
    Participant

    How often does the base of your ring finger touch the harp?

    #106227
    carl-swanson
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    I agree with Kay. Unless the ring is made of rubber, you run the risk of it scratching the finish, even if it’s completely flat with rounded corners.

    #106228

    Well, I wear my ring all the time.

    #106229
    Sarah Mullen
    Participant

    My husband worked with the jeweler to design a ring with a stone that was wide, but very shallow.

    #106230
    amanda-woosley
    Participant

    Thanks so much for the advice!

    #106231
    tonya-a
    Participant

    My husband designed my wedding ring with the help of a jeweler just as Sarah’s husband did – the back of the ring

    #106232
    karen
    Participant

    Check out Tiffany’s engagement ring called the “Etoile”. Congrats!

    #106233
    karen
    Participant

    Other than it being beautiful, simple and classic, it can serve as your wedding ring also and you won’t need to wear two (which so many women do not do……they end up putting the expensive diamond in a jewelry box and just wearing their wedding band after a few years.

    Also, I heard of a woman whose future betrothed gave her the choice between a new harp or a diamond ring for their engagement…….guess which one she chose!

    #106234
    Renee Singlemann
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    When I got engaged, my fiance found a great ring.

    #106235
    katerina
    Participant

    Dear Amanda,

    I suggest wearing the ring on your finger, and not on your right wrist, right shoulder, waist, belly button, thigh and breasts. That should prevent any contact between your ring and the wooden surface of the harp.

    Congratulations, btw ;-)

    #106236
    Brinda Shah
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    In order to prevent this one requires to go with platinum metal as it is the most durable and even have less chances of getting scratched or damaged. Also, it is very expensive but also has a substitute of white gold. Though, white gold diamond ring or wedding ring is not much very affective compared to Platinum.

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