7 Things You Should Not Do With Engagement Rings
Engagement Rings are a beautiful way to show your love, but they do have some limitations. The best thing you can do is to keep these things in mind when you’re getting your engagement ring.
1. Make sure it’s real gold
2. Don’t wear it too much
3. Don’t store it in a jewelry box or safe deposit box or anything else that could contain other valuables
4. Don’t let anyone borrow it–including family members or friends! If someone wants to borrow your ring, tell them no! It’s not worth losing out on an opportunity for love because someone else might try to use it as collateral for a loan
5. Make sure the setting is secure (and tight!) so nothing falls out of place and gets lost; this includes both sides of the band as well as underneath where they connect together at the clasp (if there is one). If any of these things fall apart somehow, don’t worry–just bring it back in and we’ll fix it up for free!
6. Don’t Get Engagement Ring After Wedding Ring
The biggest mistake you can make after getting engaged is to get the wrong size ring. The reason for this is that when you’re buying engagement rings, your ring finger is usually bigger than your wedding ring finger. So when it comes time to order an engagement ring, you want to make sure that it will fit comfortably on your finger and look good in photos.
If you are planning on getting two rings instead of one, make sure that both pieces are slightly different sizes so that they don’t look like mismatched pieces of jewelry.
7. Don’t forget that diamonds are fragile–if one falls out accidentally, don’t try to put it back into place! Instead, give yourself a break and order a new one if something happens like this happens again (which will probably happen because diamonds are fragile). You can also use glue on some paper towels and stick it back together so there is no damage done but still looks nice!
Engagement rings are beautiful, but they’re not magic. They’re not a get-out-of-jail-free card for bad behavior.
So, what should you do with your engagement ring? Here are some things you should not do with your engagement ring:
Don’t throw it away if you get divorced or separated. If your partner asks for it back, give it back!
Don’t sell it or pawn it without first consulting with an attorney. Doing so could result in criminal charges and/or fines up to $500 per occurrence.
Don’t use it as collateral on a loan or mortgage–it’s illegal! And if you do this anyway and get caught, you could be looking at up to three years in prison and fines up to $250,000 per occurrence.
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