ANSWERS: 33
  • Yes, my engagement ring was worth way less than that and I don't wear it nor my wedding ring as I am not a ring person.
  • Not now for personal reasons.
  • Is it worth being that rude? If they offered 13 it's worth more. But anyways it might hurt the one who gave it to you.
  • NO I THINK IF YOU SELL YOU WILL REALLY REGRET IT. IT REALLY IS SOMETHING THAT IS PRICELESS TO YOU, THINK ABOUT WHAT YOU WOULD SPEND THE MONEY ON. WOULD YOU RATHER HAVE THESE THINGS OR YOUR RING. ALSO IF YOUR THINKING OF SELLING GET AN INSURANCE VALUATION. ANYONE OFFERING KNOWS THEY CAN SELL IT FOR MORE.
  • Love is priceless. That token of love does not cost $ 13,000. And wouldn't it hurt your significant other if you were to sell it?
  • I love my ring! I was just proposed to a few months ago and the committment means more to me than anything else. The ring symbolizes that and you cant really put a price it. :)
  • No way! My ring is so unique and beautiful. It has too much sentimental value behind it. He spent the time picking it out special. I wouldn't trade it for a million dollars!
  • If someone offered my fiancee $13000 for her right, I would tell her to sell it.
  • YES!!!!!!
  • Not a chance. There isn't any amount that I would sell my ring for. The diamond is from my husbands great grandmothers engagement ring and has so much history. He had the ring custom made for me and I love it.
  • No i dont think i would or would i.. lol.
  • Probably, unless there was something special about it. It's just a ring, otherwise. The marriage itself is what's important.
  • No way. This ring is from my husband's family, and even though it is not of great monetary value, it is full of sentimental value, which is priceless. However, I do have another ring...
  • No. If I had ditched the guy that gave it to me, maybe.
  • I wouldn't...I couldn't put a price to something given to me as a token of his love.
  • If I might speak on behalf of the husbands. If the ring actually cost much less than $13K which is the case with the ring I gave my wife than I would definitely want my wife to sell it and she could get a better ring plus a diamond necklace, earings and bracelet to match.
  • not unless i had spoken to him about it and he wanted to. that is a lot of money, but it may be offensive to him. I wont ever have to worry about it though. My ring would never receive that kind of offer!
  • You would have to chop it off my hand!
  • Nope it has meaning and cant put a price on memories.
  • No i wouldnt sell mine for a millon dollars. I ring is priceless to me. my ring means alot to me. Its more than just the ring its the person who gave it to me. He means everything to me and when he gave that ring he asked me to spend the rest of my life with him i dont know about you but means alot to me so no i wouldnt sell my ring for anything.
  • never.. i see that as rude and disrespectful.. plus i love it and would never sell it even if a million was up for offer
  • OH hell yeah I would. A ring doesn't mean how much you love you're guy. It's what's in the heart that counts. Take the $13,000 and go purchase another ring, then take the rest of the money and go spend it with you're honey.
  • Depends how my hunny felt about it. If he was okay with it then I would get a cheaper ring, take the money and have the new ring blessed by the priest that married us.
  • No, No and NO! This ring could've cost 2 cents or 50 thousand, but the man who put it on my finger means the world to me and because of that, it is too priceless to EVER sell. No matter what.
  • I'd be pissed at my wife if she did not with teh financial situation we are in... it would cost 100 to replace and with more money I would redesign it to look better and still have most of the money left over. (was originaly my own design, about 60$ worth of metal and crafting at 2003 prices $50 more for the additional labor of melting down my old ring to make it)
  • yes. money to suvive is more important that an object. my marrage is not about a ring it's about our love.
  • Yes. It is a ring that cost around $800, we could replace it. We could also pay alot of other things with that money.
  • I do not like my wedding ring and would sell it for much less.At the end of the day it's just a piece of metal which doesn't guarantee you a good marriage .Sell that thing.
  • id sell my husband for that much (it was a joke, i dont have a husband)
  • Sure, it was only a few hundred bucks so bring on the cash.
  • Heck ya id sell it. That would be mean i could buy a better one. Im not married anymore,but when I was i kinda wished i had that kinda money. :P
  • Yeah, it's just a piece of metal and minerals.
  • No, because I would want to hurt my husbands feelings. He bought it for me and it is special. It symoblizes our promise to each other. That would be my response. But the thing is, I'm not married.

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