Ring Sizing

Getting the right finger size can be tricky. Because your fingers can swell or shrink with weather or other factors, it’s a good idea to have your finger sized a couple of times before ordering a ring. Any reputable jewelry store in your area can help you determine your size. If a ring is altered for you, it’s considered a custom piece and therefore cannot be returned for credit.

To help make it as easy as possible to get it right the first time, I will send you a plastic ring sizer.  Please request one on the Inquire form with your mailing address.

My web site offers whole and half sizes.  If you need a quarter size, or if you need a size smaller or larger than what is listed, please contact me.

Thin rings such as single stacking rings feel true to size, but wider bands or multiple stacks will feel tighter. For bands that are 8mm or wider such as my Wide LEAF Band or stacking rings of 3 or more, I recommend adding at least a half size to what you normally wear.

While most rings can be sized up or down 2 sizes, some cannot and would need to be custom ordered. Please call or contact me via the Inquire form. In most cases, you will see how the prices change with a larger size in gold.

If the size needs to be adjusted a second time, there will be an additional fee. You are responsible for shipping charges both to and from my studio. Of course, you should insure the shipment for the total value of the ring.