by Jen Wallace » Aug 7, 2019 I need some help from this thread! My fiance had my engagement ring made through a wholesale jeweler that my parents know and have trusted for years. The ring is beautiful but the one thing that is troubling me is the ring is not perfectly circular. The ring itself is a halo style and has diamonds halfway down the band. I’ve gone back to ask the jeweler and he said because the ring setting is bought wholesale at size 7 usually, it is very hard to resize down (I am a 5) and achieving it to be perfectly round. Anyone have any advice on this? I love the ring and of course no one sees the bottom of it, but wondering if this will effect its appraisal, if I am settling for a non-truthful answer, etc. I don’t really understand why he did not just buy the setting in a size 5. It seems this would be an option even at wholesale but again, I am only surmising as I don’t know much about any of this. Unfortunately neither does my fiance and he didn’t even notice it not being round until I called it out. I DONT think he inserted the pave diamonds and then sized down. I think he basically purchased a size 7 setting, sized the band down, inserted the diamonds. Here is a photo. He also inserted a ring sizer for me since he actually made the ring a little bit bigger than 5 and it was too loose. UGH, is this a lost cause. Do I need to get a whole new setting for this to look normal?