Okay, so I got engaged quite a few months ago (7, actually, but the wedding isn't for a while), and I only just got up the courage to tell my fiance that I'm not thrilled with the ring. I've been told by some that I'm just being annoying and "it's the thought that counts", and by others that I'm just being practical and that the ring was somewhat unacceptable to begin with. He bought it online (I know that's usually a big no-no to begin with) and clearly very quickly, with little planning. It's a simple claddagh-style white gold ring with a solitaire lab-made sapphire. What I dislike most is that it's heart-shaped and lab-made - I have a passion for gemstones and really dislike the unnatural vibe I get from it. The ring is worth less than my high school class ring, and no wedding ring fits snugly beside it because of the shape. He very grudgingly told me that he'll work on getting a new one, but honestly I'm feeling rather uncertain. I know he's able to, I just don't think he wants to because he's still sure he "nailed it". I don't feel like wearing something I don't like for the rest of my life - but am I ruining my relationship by pushing this? What do I do?!