I’m not sure if the title is correct but here’s my situation ~ Warning: VERY long! Back story: A few years ago I purchased an eternity band from my jeweler (he’s actually my MIL’s jeweler, she’s known him over 40 years now). Anyway, when I originally purchased my eternity band I brought in an exact replica of the one I wanted made (approx. 3.5 carats). I wanted it to wear with my engagement ring (approx. 2 carat pear). When I got the eternity band it was larger than I wanted (3.67 carats) and it doesn’t look good with my engagement ring at all. At the time I admit I totally fell for the larger carat weight, it is beautiful and a definite statement ring on my smallish finger (size 5). Now, after a few years I find myself never wearing my engagement ring and I really miss it. Recently, I started to search for a round diamond (thank you Ame for your help/advice) and I realized I won’t be able to wear anything with my eternity band. Current situation: I have an appointment to see my jeweler to see what I can do about possibly getting a smaller eternity band. My question to all of you is ~ What should I expect? Do you think because I have used him for many other things (I like to change my engagement ring setting quite a lot) and my in-laws purchase and have purchased for years from him he will maybe give me a better deal? I regret not saying something sooner but like I said I totally fell for the big diamond (totally my fault). My husband doesn’t want us to have to spend a lot more for less platinum/diamonds but the jeweler is in the business to make money. Although, in truth if he doesn’t give me a great deal I will probably never use him again because I almost feel like he is part to blame for not making the ring I asked for. Sorry this is so long but any advice is greatly appreciated. I am a bit anxious as I am completely unsure of how this will go. ETA ~ my plan is to trade in my current eternity band for a smaller carat weight one.