Destroyed Engagement Ring Repaired with Dual Adjustable Shank for Enlarged Knuckle and Arthritis
I have made several new rings using an adjustable shank and lots of resettings. So I was thrilled to be able to solve a problem for a new client and make a "combined ring".
A few weeks ago I received a new client request regarding an accident and finger injury - and a photo of the remains of a Tiffany ring set that had been cut off a finger and destroyed. Judy had taken her rings to two different places, one solution was entirely new settings for both, which was not a good solution, as they would still not fit over her finger. Another place simply soldered them back together, and as she was wearing them on the other hand, the solder snapped and she was left with two rings in pieces again.
I knew I could fix her engagement ring issue using a custom adjustable shank. Understandably she also wanted to wear her wedding band so we created a "double" adjustable shank - soldering both rings together and making a thick opening band.
The result is both pretty, functional and seamless.
From my client : I am absolutely thrilled with my rings as Amy repaired and modified them. After my accident, I took my rings to two different places, one solution was entirely new settings for both, which was not a good solution, as they would still not fit over my finger. Another place simply soldered them back together, and I was wearing them on the other hand, but then the solder snapped and I was left with two rings in pieces again. Working with Amy, we discussed our options, and she recommended the opening setting. I was very pleased with her communication and promptness throughout the entire process, and being so flexible with me. And now that I have my rings back and in one easy piece, I'm elated! Fantastic work and I will recommend Amy to anyone who needs custom jewelry or any jewelry for that matter!
I'm a very happy customer! - Judy C, Middleburg, VA