Question Asked: 20/11/2018 Wedding Date: 9/08/2018
Sydney & Surrounding areas(3) Posted: 3/04/2019
If you personally believe in bad omens, I think so but I think there may still be ways to counter the bad juju, right?
Personally, though, it is bad luck only if the ring is damaged, I guess. Even then, you would be able to have that repaired. We can help you, if that is the case. Give us a call on (02) 9232 6289 or book an appointment with us. Our office is at the Sydney CBD.
Answered by: 4 Experts
Dropping your ring may loosen your stone, which could result in you later loosing your diamond, which if you think of it is bad luck!!! I recommend if you drop your ring bring it in to us so we can check your claws to prevent you from loosing your precious stone :) www.everjewels.com
Its only bad luck to drop your wedding ring if you believe its bad luck to walk under a ladder, for a black cat to cross your path, that the number 13 is unlucky or other such fables from the Middle Ages. Otherwise you've simply dropped your wedding ring.
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