Ring Sizing

We do our absolute best to ensure that we have measured you for your correct ring size when you visit us at our shop. This can best be done through several measurements since everyone experiences natural fluctuations in their finger size related to salt intake, time of day, activity level, and weather. Try to get a reading when your hands are cold versus hot, and in the morning versus evening. This method can alert you to any size fluctuations. From there we can help you make an informed decision about the best size for your ring. 

It’s also important to consider how many rings you’ll be wearing at once. If you plan to stack multiple bands with your ring, we recommend you go up a quarter size to accommodate the additional rings, as these will alter the fit. Further, wider bands fit more snugly than narrow bands, so if you plan on pairing your engagement ring with a wide wedding band, you may consider leaving a bit more room. Please also keep in mind that engagement rings with a large center stone can be “top heavy” and thus spin slightly, regardless of the fit. If this is your situation, we can recommend certain adjustments to help the ring fit more snugly. Most rings can be easily resized, but not all, so it’s important to be as sure as possible that your measurement is correct. 


Finally, if after receiving your ring you feel that the sizing is not quite right, we recommend that you live with it for a few weeks. Wearing a ring everyday takes some getting used to, and you may find that the size is just fine after a few days.

Of course, if you find that an adjustment needs to be made after this trial period, we will be happy to work with you to resize your ring and have the adjustment completed quickly. The timeline for this process varies by designer, but usually takes a few weeks.  We will always work hard to make sure you have your jewelry back as soon as possible.

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