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roselily1

  1 month ago

Family rings

When my mum died ,my sister had alreaady taken over all her banks and household expenses ,and had lots of documents to go through ,my sister and I had also removed all her jewellery from the house as we did not want it to be left while the carers were going into my mums house ,so last week my sister found a written note in amongst my mums documents stating which bits of jewellery she wanted to go to whom ,my sister and I each got 3 rings each ,and my daughter got two ,my sister in law was also given 3 rings but ,she is not very happy as she wanted the white gold wedding ring ,engraved with tiny stars ,and is over 45 years old ,but mum left it for me ,and i dore it as it goes with my own white gol wedding ring ,she has also been to see me and asked me to swap but i wont ,she has also offered me money plus a ring .I am annoyed she has seen the hand written note ,i love the ring and i am not going to give it to anyone ,but my sister in law wont stop bugging me ,i dont want to involve my brother ,so what can i do ,
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1984seemab

  1 month ago
family rings Reply
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Chris563

  1 month ago
Your mum wanted you to have it so you should keep it. Your sister in law has no right to keep going on at you. Reply
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watervole

  1 month ago
You couldn’t live with yourself if you went against your mother’s written wishes could you? The decision was your mother’s and you and she couldn’t possibly do anything to dishonour her memory. Reply
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davidwatkin

  1 month ago
Tell her to bugger off and be grateful for what she's got Rose! xx Reply
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BarrieB

  1 month ago
It's your ring so ignore her.
Sometimes a death brings out the avariciousness in folks yet others are generous.
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Millburn

  1 month ago
I could understand her if she was your sister; but as daughter-in-law, she's asked and you've answered; it should be end of; if she keeps at it I'd tell her you are going to tell your brother .... Reply
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trevjohn

  1 month ago
I wonder if your SiL / Bro would consider the possibility of sourcing a duplicate ? ..Given several photos of the original I'd think one could be found unless it was extremely unusual. White gold used to be the cheapest option - dare I say without insult - mass-produced commodity bling :). Reply
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
Just ignore her - your mum’s wishes are the ones that count! Reply
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pmf1966

  1 month ago
Its what you mum wanted, stand your ground, the ring is yours. I think your sister in law is being very unreasonable. Reply
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g2714572

  1 month ago
Rose i thought you d be a fierce enough being as a good Scots woman :) .....in true Irish form I'd tell her diplomatically to clear off :) or something with off after it , if it was me dealing with the likes of her :)
.....Jes** your the daughter and she needs to remember that !
..what's wrong with the hen pecked brother cat got his tongue or does he not know about the arguing :(
. the rings should be only going to him and not her by rights i'd think really and not her !
I'm glad I'm a only child as wouldn't have the temperament for people like that !
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