There are three ways to adjust ring size:
- Cutting or adding a section to change the circumference
- Rimming out the excess of metal from the inside (Size increase only)
- Stretching or compressing the band (only plain bands)
- Adding fillers such as balls, shots, bullets, liners, springs, or other “speed bumps” to fill the extra space inside.
Plain wedding bands can be re-sized.
Pave-set wedding bands cannot be re-sized. The excess of metal inside the band can be reamed out in rare cases, but the size increase is minimal, usually less than 1/8 of a full size.
Eternity bands cannot be sized. Moreover, an eternity band size can be increased or decreased in large increments when set with large stones. Adding or taking out a single stone can change the size dramatically.
Each case is different, please get in touch with us with questions, and in most cases, we can find a reasonable solution.
We offer a one-time complimentary sizing within a year from the purchase date. The free sizing is not offered for:
- extremely large or tiny sizes
- set with gemstones other than diamonds
- purchased during a clearance sale
- showing signs of excessive damage not consistent with normal wear-and-tear
- featuring a prosthetic mechanism for opening and closing
The cost of sizing custom-made rings is the client’s responsibility. In most cases, the ring sizing costs less than $200.
Additional charges apply for sizing beads, bullets, balls, and shots. Eternity-set wedding bands cannot be sized. Minor sizing does not void the warranty. The minor sizing is considered:
|Size 0 to 3||Size 3 to 5||Size 5 to 7||Size over 7|
|Plain shanks||½ size down or ½ size up||¾ size down or ¾ size up||size down or a full-size up||full size down or 1½ size up|
|Shanks with diamonds||⅛ size down or ¼ size up||¼ size down or ½ size up||½ size down or 3/4 size up||½ size down or a full size up|