Granny’s engagement ring
You have inherited your granny’s engagement ring that is too large for you, her old fashion broach that is not your style or you have a pendent that was given to you many years ago and you are tiered off. Lets face it, leaving it in the drawer won’t do it any justice.
When the jewel is set with diamonds, it might be worth resetting the diamonds on a new mount. If it has a semi-precious stone set in it you could revamp the jewellery by adding a few small diamonds around the center stone. A ring that is too large can be made smaller and a gift you never liked can turn to your favourite.
It will normally cost a lot less than buying a new jewellery of the same kind and if it is something you have inherited at least it will be in use as a regular reminder of the person previously owned it.
Would you change a jewellery you have inherited and don’t like or would you keep it as it is as a memory in the jewellery box? Please share your thoughts in the comment box.