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What to do with a ring that has become too thin?

We all have a piece of jewelry that holds a dear place in our hearts, whether it's a family ring passed down from generation to generation, a special engagement ring, or simply a piece of jewelry that we hold dearly. However, over time it is natural for our jewelry to thin out, which can become more fragile and less comfortable to wear. Instead of letting your precious ring gather dust in a drawer, why not give it a new life?





Above all, it is important to understand that the thinning of a ring is a normal and unavoidable phenomenon. With each contact with hard surfaces, tiny fragments of metal are eroded away, gradually reducing the thickness of the ring over the years.

However, it is essential to note that simply adding metal to the ring will not solve this problem. The solution is to completely replace the section of metal that has become too thin. Whether your ring is white gold, yellow gold or rose gold, it is necessary to replace the delicate part with a new piece.




When this type of repair is performed, the goal is to preserve the harmony and overall comfort of the ring. The new piece of metal is carefully integrated to ensure that the shape of the ring retains its original elegance while being comfortable to wear.

If you are facing this issue, we strongly encourage you to get in touch with us or visit us in our store. We would love to review your piece of jewelry together, discuss your options and find the best way to give it new life. Your cherished ring deserves to shine again, and we're here to help make that happen.




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