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HELP! Exchanging diamonds with a jeweler...

Weddingbeebeebee

Rough_Rock
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Sep 12, 2019
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Hi everyone,

I'm hoping for some guidance on whether or not it's possible to exchange diamonds with your jeweler.

My beautiful fiance had this ring made for me.

I'm hoping I can have my center stone remounted into a simple solitaire setting, and then moving the 3x pear diamonds and 2x smaller diamonds (on the side of the center stone) moved onto a wedding band. To create a set. Is that something that is easy/cheap to do?

I also was wondering if it was common for jewelers to exchange diamonds, for example, if I wanted to switch out my 3x pear diamonds and 2x smaller round diamonds for other shapes to create something similar to these ring sets... Do you think this is a possibility? I'm not sure how it works regarding their values etc.


Ideally I would love to change my 3x pear and 2x round diamonds for 5-7 smaller ones all of the same shape.

Thank you in advance for any help! I'm trying to get as much information before I talk to my finance/jeweler about making modifications =)2
 

Tekate

Ideal_Rock
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May 11, 2013
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you must ask your jeweler really. if you have a longterm relationship etc he/she might do it for a charge. I love your ring and I love the change you want to make.
 

rockysalamander

Ideal_Rock
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May 20, 2016
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Making a ring from your stones is pretty straight forward. Just be clear how closely you want the two to fit, some of your photos have quite a gap between the Ering and the Wband.

But, the jeweler may or may not be willing to exchange the stones. I personally like the idea of the pears in a wedding band, but you need to love the ring.

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You could also get a third round and make three rounds in the middle with pears rotated to the sides. This would create a more flush ring and you could also wear it alone.

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