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Nov 28 2012
By: canadian94eh Survivor 2276 posts
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Lord of the Rings: One Ring (Sterling Silver)

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should i get this sterling silver Lord of the Rings: ring, not to wear but as a collectible? (i'm a huge fan of LOTR) (and a couple reviews claim that it's not for wearing, it scratches easily and arrives unpolished) it's only $64 (probably USD) and free shipping, the ring with the chain is only shipped within the states unfortunately

 

http://www.wbshop.com/product/the+lord+of+the+rings+sterling+silver+one+ring+lotrnbrgsv.do?sortby=ou...

 

 

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Nov 28, 2012

Well, if you really love LOTR that much, and feel it would not hurt you financially, I would go for it. After all, it's only a couple bucks more than what you'd pay for a new PS3 or Xbox game.

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Re: Lord of the Rings: One Ring (Sterling Silver)

Nov 28, 2012
Why not.
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I'd say get the wearable gold ring :smileyvery-happy:

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Re: Lord of the Rings: One Ring (Sterling Silver)

Nov 28, 2012

stentryk wrote:

I'd say get the wearable gold ring :smileyvery-happy:


i checked for that somewhere else, because that site didn't have it, but it costs like $650, lol i don't have that kind of money

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Nov 28, 2012

IEATLILKITTENS wrote:

Well, if you really love LOTR that much, and feel it would not hurt you financially, I would go for it. After all, it's only a couple bucks more than what you'd pay for a new PS3 or Xbox game.


that is true, but with shipping fees is duty charges included in shipping? (is shipping free internationally or will a duty charge occur if it is shipped from another country then the shipping within the country is free? (i've never bought anything online before))

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I got the Evenstar when Lord Of The Rings came out. That also has a few bad reviews. It was probably over-priced for the amount of silver and crystal involved, but it's so beautiful and I was very happy with the quality of the manufacture. So for the sterling silver one ring, I'd say go for it, I think you'll love it. Saying it's not for wearing seems a little unfair of the reviewers - sterling silver is a little soft so I wouldn't go rock climbing with it on, but I'm sure it would survive occasional use.

 

Probably just as well you can't get the one with the chain to be honest - with it being gold plated I would worry about that looking a bit rubbish a few years down the line. Also the chain looks kind of flimsy. I'm pretty sure in the film Frodo had a heavy belcher-style chain because the ring is meant to be kind of heavy!

 

Customs fees I'm pretty sure will be extra - but by how much is difficult to tell.

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Re: Lord of the Rings: One Ring (Sterling Silver)

Nov 29, 2012

Coffeebug wrote:

I got the Evenstar when Lord Of The Rings came out. That also has a few bad reviews. It was probably over-priced for the amount of silver and crystal involved, but it's so beautiful and I was very happy with the quality of the manufacture. So for the sterling silver one ring, I'd say go for it, I think you'll love it. Saying it's not for wearing seems a little unfair of the reviewers - sterling silver is a little soft so I wouldn't go rock climbing with it on, but I'm sure it would survive occasional use.

 

Probably just as well you can't get the one with the chain to be honest - with it being gold plated I would worry about that looking a bit rubbish a few years down the line. Also the chain looks kind of flimsy. I'm pretty sure in the film Frodo had a heavy belcher-style chain because the ring is meant to be kind of heavy!

 

Customs fees I'm pretty sure will be extra - but by how much is difficult to tell.


alright thanks!

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