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asked Jun 8, 2012 in Managing Family and Friends by anonymous
edited Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous
  
 

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If the design is your only issue, you can accept it and have someone else redesign it to your liking, since most heirlooms are a bit old-fashioned. Before anything else, though, ask permission from your grandfather first.


answered Jun 8, 2012 by anonymous
edited Mar 10, 2013 by anonymous
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You can always accept it graciously and wear it on your right hand and tell him that you love that your grandmother will be at the wedding ceremony through her lovely ring. Down the road, when he has gone to join her, you can have the ring re-set or save it for a son who may have an old fashioned girlfriend. That is what we did and his wife loves the ring.


answered Sep 11, 2013 by Felicia
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To soften the blow that you will not be wearing your grandmother's ring as your wedding ring, tell your grandfather that your fiancé has already purchased on and you don't want to hurt his feelings.


answered Sep 11, 2013 by Felicia