I have always liked to have a change of jewelry, especially rings. I enjoy having different colors or styles depending on where I am going. The ring is nice. It is pretty and the price is right. I would not spend 4 or 5 hundred dollars for a ring because I would feel I had to wear it all the time, so buying less expensive pieces makes sense. Shipping fast, presentation good. Size was spot on.
Shopped locally for this same ring to use as my wedding band. Unfortunately, couldn't find the carats I wanted for a price anywhere near this one. Was a little hesitant to make such a purchase online, but I've always been pleased with overstock in the past. This was no different. This ring is stunning and just perfect. We bought this ring and my soon-to-be husband's band for less than half the price of the jewelry stores. Incredibly happy!
This ring is advertised as being a 5 carat aquamarine. I should have known it is very hard to get a huge aquamrine for that low price. you sent me a aqua chalcedony w/ amethist instead, I am not happy! you have always been honest in the past, but this beats all.
Just took delivery of a Hives and Honey 'Florence' Walnut-finished Wood Jewelry Armoire. The Unit is a lovely design, well made, with terrific shipping container methods. HOWEVER, the Lid must be attached with five (5) screws. Usually “0” Problem…but with this piece, over an hour of effort! I took great care attaching the Lid, attempting to use the 5 pre-drilled holes in the Lid. BUT, the holes were DRAMATICALLY smaller (diameter) than the screws. While the Screws provided are “self-tapping”…I’ve had enough experience to know that the Brass Screws that came with the Order are just a “bit” harder than butter!! Attempting to affix those Screws and “set them home” with such tiny pilot holes would have guaranteed that the Phillips Heads would have been stripped and/or broken off! So…through trial and error on scrap wood...I found and used 2 “push/pull” drill bits that would gradually increase the pilot hole diameter. I then found a STEEL Screw of the correct diameter to “tap” each of the holes so that your Brass Screws would bite…but not break. Not counting the effort on the scrap wood, this meant that I drilled out the 5 pilot holes 2 times each…and then inserted/removed the STEEL Screw into EACH hole. Only then, could I actually affix the top, with your Screws to the proper tension and complete the assembly. A lucky break for me (and YOU) that I have all the tools and know-how needed. Someone less experienced would sure be contacting you for more Screws and/or a replacement top. BIGGER PILOT HOLES are needed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you need further help or information please visit our Online Help Center