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    Default Re: Ex fiancees engagement ring.

    Ewwwwwww no. No no no. No. Never ever ever. Not on my finger. Not in 100 years.

    Sell the ring & buy a new one.

    Has he tried selling it at a jewellers instead? $4k would mean the diamond and gold are of value to someone who could reuse them. Where as a pawn shop isn't exactly where people go to purchase quality diamonds.

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    Default Re: Ex fiancees engagement ring.

    Quote Originally Posted by ermergerd View Post
    I would never ever EVER wear a ring that was bought for another woman. I just couldn't. I couldnt even have it remodeled yuck. I think ebaying it would be a good idea
    Yeah that's what I think.

    Glad I'm not the only one who would feel like that.

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    I wouldn't feel comfortable accepting the ring as my own, knowing it's history.

    As others have said, try selling it on Ebay to fund the purchase of a new ring that is especially for YOU.

    It is disappointing that the pawn shop made such a lousy offer!

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    Default Ex fiancees engagement ring.

    I like the idea or getting is melted down and made into something you like.

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    Default Re: Ex fiancees engagement ring.

    I wouldn't get it made into something else because u will still always know the diamonds weren't yours first. Sell it and get somethin completely yours..
    You can even do no interest purchase at jewellery stores so u can slowly pay it off over a year or 2 in that time u should have sold the other ring

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    Default Ex fiancees engagement ring.

    I'd try selling it too a jewellers. But no way would I wear the ring, No way in hell actually! I wouldn't even wear it if it was remolded.

    My ring means so much to me because DH chose is especially for ME!

    God I can't believe he even suggested giving it to you. YUCK. Eww. Maybe it's a chick thing, I don't know...

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    i wouldn't want it either. to me it would just be bad Karma. I'd rather he sell it, or wait till you can save up to buy a different ring.

    You have to wear that ring EVERY day and you deserve a ring your fiancé picked out for you, not for his ex. Men are usually more practical and aren't always as sentimental

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    Yeah men don't think like us lol.

    No way I'm going to wear it, I think he should sell it or give it to his mum.
    I think another reason he kept it is because she took everything else, even things that were his before they met but I guess some women are nasty like that.

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    What if he gave it to to your mum, you got engaged and saved whatever money you would have spent to put towards a very special 'all in one' wedding band designed by you and him ?

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    No no and no!

    I could and would never wear a ring that was originally given to another woman

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