At Rings.org.uk, we’re aware that Christmas is one of the top times of the year for people to buy an Engagement Ring.
That’s why we have over 10,000 rings to choose from and 5 top tips for when you propose. (more…)
If you wear more than one ring on the same finger, you may find it easier and more comfortable to join your rings together. As well as reducing friction, chaffing or pinching of your skin as the rings rub together, you can also prolong the life of your ring and help the metal keep its shine for longer.
When considering joining your rings together, bear in mind that this may affect any warranty or insurance. Some ring joining techniques are semi-permanent and others, such as professional soldering, are more permanent. (more…)
When trying on a ring in a jewellery store, or if you have borrowed a ring from a friend, you may have experienced a tight sensation when removing the ring. This is caused by the movement of the ring against your skin where your finger expands wider than the band of the ring. The ring becomes wedged, stuck or simply will not budge. If you are lucky and this happens at home it will be less embarrassing, but no less complicated to unstick the ring.
As a rule, never force the ring from your finger. There are many tried and proven techniques you can use. By forcing the ring in any way, the metal may bend tighter or break and cut your skin. (more…)