A diamond has come out of my ring
A precious stone has emerged from my ring
There are numerous reasons why a precious stone could drop out of your wedding band or other piece of fine gems. The fundamental explanation is because of the least complex clarification; stones drop out of rings because of every day mileage.
Consider it along these lines: in the event that you purchase a fresh out of the box new vehicle and scratch the kerb while driving it, some harm will happen. This doesn’t imply that the vehicle was inadequately built; it’s simply inescapable that it will endure mileage, particularly in the event that you drive it consistently.
Essentially, precious stones and metal aren’t indestructible. Your rings are get a few effects, regardless of how cautious we are. We’re continually thumping our hands against things: consoles, door handles, dividers, work areas, vehicle entryways, and so on Day by day use will undoubtedly cause some mileage on your ring, which is the reason yearly adjusting for your gems is basic.
To utilize the vehicle similarity again: in the event that you never replaced the oil or got it overhauled, the vehicle will undoubtedly begin tiring somewhat out, particularly in the event that you drive it consistently.
This is the reason we offer the entirety of our wedding band customers a free adjusting that incorporates cleaning, cleaning, prong fixing and so on Despite the fact that our rings are of extraordinary quality, they’re not indestructible. After the underlying free overhauling, the expense for this is ostensible. It is at present €50 (subject to change).
We likewise have customers who twist their rings due to conveying extreme load in their shopping sacks. Putting 40 – 50 pounds of weight on your ring from substantial basic food item packs is quite possibly the most well-known reasons rings get harmed. Once more, similarly as with the vehicle relationship, no vehicle will run all around great if the proprietor is going mud romping it consistently. Save your ring and make two excursions to get your food.
Once in a while there are producer absconds that cause precious stones to drop out of rings. Porosity, minuscule air openings in the metal, can happen seldom. On the off chance that we track down that a ring has porosity there will be no expense to the customer for any maintenance/substitution.
OK – THESE ARE SOME PRETTY GOOD REASONS AS TO WHY A DIAMOND MIGHT HAVE FALLEN OUT OF MY RING.
WHAT DO I DO NOW?
As a Voltaire Diamonds client, just call us or email us. We’ll organise a suitable time for you to drop in to us with the ring. Even if your repair isn’t covered by our warranty, don’t worry about it. We promise most repairs are not terribly expensive and can be done in a reasonable amount of time (typically 2-3 working days). We’ll also service the ring for you, meaning we’ll give it a good cleaning, polishing, prong tightening etc.
WHAT IF I’M NOT A VOLTAIRE DIAMONDS CLIENT?
Check with the company who sold you your ring and see what they can do to assist you.
CAN VOLTAIRE DIAMONDS REPAIR MY RING?
Our workshops only service and repair rings made by Voltaire Diamonds.
HOW DO I PREVENT DIAMONDS FROM FALLING OUT OF MY RING?
They say prevention is the best medicine and the same is true with fine jewellery as well. Be sure you get your ring serviced annually. Have your jeweller look at the ring at least once a year. Make sure you have adequately insured your ring and keep on top of re-valuations.
Common sense really needs to be applied when it comes to looking after your precious jewellery. Some top tips would include:
Don’t pull your ring on and off by gripping the head of the ring. Avoid touching the diamond with your fingers. This only serves to make the stone dirty and may loosen it in the setting.
Remove your ring when swimming, doing housework or working out in the gym.
Contact us if you have any concerns at all about your ring. A little tune up now may save a lot of work later.
Can you hear if a stone is loose? Hold the ring up next to your ear and lightly tap it. Do you hear anything? If you hear anything other than the sounds of your fingertips tapping on the ring, you might have some loose stone. Immediately stop wearing the ring until you can get your jeweller to take a look.