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Q: Where to buy wedding rings in Shanghai?

Anyone know about a store with decent quality and prices? Would be great if someone could talk from experience... No need to list me the names of big brands from HK or overseas, I know them by myself, just wondering if somebody got REAL experience. Thanks!

7 years 41 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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Just go to Tiffany's! They have really good quality and the price isn't too far fetched for you to make a purchase!

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There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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Although, I cannot say about shanghai but i can help you if you would like to buy online shopping from United Kingdom. Warren James Jewellers offers variety of fashion jewellery like sterling silver bracelets, sterling silver earrings, mens wedding rings, engagement rings, diamond rings, charms jewellery and silver rings, all have been of good quality and excellent value for money - the goods ordered have arrived on time and I am always pleased with my purchase.  

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sooner u learn back-alleys,, the better.  I cannot speak for Shanghai though... if u have a chinese dude u trust,, listen to him/her.

do u need real store? big lights and crazy overhead?  If not,,  then take yourself into the alleys... can u get real stuff in alleys,,, Yes.  is it easier,,, maybe No.

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I don't understand. This is written like a statement leading into something, but has a question mark on the end. 

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