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    Top Jewellery Tip

    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.

    When soldering your Engagement Ring and Wedding Ring together, ask your jeweller for the following items:

    - Ensure the inside and outside profiles of your rings match and align. This is asthetically important so that your rings don’t appear out of line on your finger.

    - If your rings have a design or are engraved, make sure your jeweller is aware of this as it will avoid errors such as the writing on one ring is upside down to the other.

    - Any soldering must be carried out at two points using professional tools. You can ask for your soldering to be at the top and bottom, or left and right as preferred.

    - Finally, the finish of the soldering joint should be clean and hidden. A good quality solder won’t discolour your finger or your rings and the perfect result should be of two individual rings that are worn as one.

    Soldering and other permanent ring joining techniques typically apply to women who wear an engagement ring and a wedding ring, however the techniques to keep two or more rings together can be applied to almost any combination of Eternity Rings, Dress Rings and Wishbone Rings as well.


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