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is there some sort of “connector” that can connect my wedding band and engagement ring?

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my engagement ring is about a size too big. so when i got my wedding band, it is keeping them from sliding off my finger but the eng. ring is still turning around my finger. I don’t really want to give my ring for 3 weeks (again) to have it re-sized if i can resolve this issue with a simple connector of some sort. Any suggestions?

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  1. Angela B on Oct 11, 2009

    If you just want a temporary fix, ask a jeweler to put a ring guard on the ring that is too big, they can probably connect the two, but a ring guard is a cheap and temporary fix, usually 5-10 bucks.

    If you want it sized, ask the jeweler if they have time to do a rush. Depending on the jeweler it would usually cost $20+ in addition to the size down. If you call around and are very nice about it and make an appointment, you should be able to slide in. Some jewelers would especially do this in this economy, because they hope if they please you now, they can get you in for more jewelry purchases later. It doesn’t take long to size a ring, depending on the material, usually about 10-15 minutes, it’s usually just the work load that makes it take so long.

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  2. Isaleabootaz on Oct 11, 2009

    I did see something at Walgreens yesterday, but I forgot the name of it.

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  3. Tiffany R on Oct 11, 2009

    the do have a plastic thing at walmart that might help its to help ur rings stay on if there to big but there a real pain i would just give it up for 3 weeks to have it sized

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  4. Blondee {B2B 9.12.09} on Oct 11, 2009

    Well you should have your wedding band on your finger first and then your engagement ring behind that. So then I guess it would fall off, but honestly if it’s that much bigger, I’d get it resized. There are jewelers who will resize it in a day….you just have to find them. That’s really the only (SAFE) option you have unless you want to have them soldered together but then the jeweler will tell you that you should have your e-ring sized down.

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  5. Bride2Be-10/3/2009 on Oct 11, 2009

    You could get them soldered (melted) together so they never slide around and are always facing the right way.

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  6. Dollar Store Queen on Oct 11, 2009

    You can have it sodered together

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  7. SweetPandemonium on Oct 11, 2009

    yes, have it resized to fit property (try jared — http://www.jared.com for location) and then soldered. that’s the typical thing to do.

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