Chris brought in the wedding ring last week and spoke to the manager at the store. The guy was very accommodating, and said that he would try to get the ring fixed in-house before he sent it out to be re-made. I am a little skeptical that they could fix milgrain that was so badly damaged at the store. I mean parts of it were knife-sharp and other parts had almost no milgrain at all. I kind of wish they would send it straight to the manufacturer, but I'm willing to give them a chance.
My other question is this. Why would they let a product like this go out to the customer? Do they think we wouldn't notice?
I think I just have to let that line of thinking go...
In other news, we had diy success this weekend, and I'll share all about it when I organize the pictures!
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