I bought a half eternity.Date: 4/2/2007 7:57:09 PM
Eternity owners, how did you deal with the concern of changing ring size later in life, and not being able to resize it? (Assuming your ring is like the one I'm looking at, where the design is continuous and resizing is impossible.)
This sounds like a good solution. Sizing balls or a horseshoe sizer on the inside will be pretty effective in fixing it in case it''s too big and can be easily removed later down the road. Congrats on your purchase, I hope you come back with some pictures.Date: 4/3/2007 4:52:05 PM
Thanks everyone. I bought it today. We went over during our lunch hours, and I got there before she did, to pay for it. Then when she arrived, she thought we were just sizing for a future purchase, sometime down the road.
The size 5 display fit her, but she has straight fingers, no knuckles (the jeweler said she''s lucky!), so it slides on and off rather easily. It doesn''t fall off her finger, but there''s little effort to get it off. The jewler recommended a size 4.5 or 4.75, but she''s really concerned about a weight gain later in life, where the ring won''t fit. And the 4.5 was very snug. So we went with the 5, knowing that we can have sizing beads installed if it does feel too loose after it arrives. Thanks for the advice.