Although rings are most commonly used for engagement proposals and as promise rings – they also make an excellent gift for wives, girlfriends, mothers, sisters, or that special person in your life. Better yet, there are numerous design options for one to choose from, so there is always something for someone. You can select anything from the classic bands & solitaires to ones engraved with an initial or name. If you can’t find the perfect ring, you can just as easily customise or personalise one as preferred. However, purchasing rings requires some deliberation and this buying guide is here to help potential buyers.
Superior Quality is of The Utmost Importance
Since rings come in direct contact with skin, it is essential to do a quality check, especially if you have sensitive or allergy-prone skin. Firstly, buyers should ensure the ring is made with high-quality materials such as sterling silver and has excellent polishing, electroplating, and craftsmanship. Moreover, the rings must be one hundred per cent free of lead, nickel, cadmium, and hypoallergenic to prevent irritation – and buyers should prefer tarnish-resistant rings that don’t leave behind any residue. Similarly, rings must be high-strength, not fade easily, and have good resistance to rust & corrosion.
Be Sure to Check the Size
Most sellers & brands offer various ring sizes, and buyers should choose an appropriate one by checking the size chart instead of purchasing standard-size rings. But if you are gifting someone the ring and aren’t too sure about the measurements – going with adjustable rings is your safest bet. Better yet, some rings come with invisible adjusters that can be easily inserted on the ring’s arc/curve (the underneath area that isn’t usually visible), making them the ideal choice for those unsure about the size. Buyers looking to purchase bands should also check the ring’s thickness based on their preference.
More to Keep in Mind
Buyers should ensure the ring(s) they buy can be easily cleaned with a wet wipe or cloth, so your skin is always safe. Similarly, the ring should prevent water retention and contamination build-up. Regardless, one must always store their rings in a dry and cool place such as air-tight containers and avoid exposure to perfumes and such products for longer service life. Some rings come with gift packaging like boxes, something buyers can consider if the rings are a gift. Also, one should prefer rings with an after-sale warranty and easy exchange/replacement policies.
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