All of the rings in our Jewelry Boutique are size 7 and are made so they can generally be sized up or down two sizes.
We will help you get the ring size best for your finger. Ring sizes fit differently depending on your finger shape, the season, what you ate for dinner and hormonal cycles. Sizing also varies for different ring widths and shapes and the fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger. There is more about this in our blog post featuring Paris Hilton…
You may be quite familiar with your ring size(s). If not, once you place your order, we will ship you a finger sizing kit and further consult with you in order to get the best fit.
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Some ideas for getting close to an ideal fit:
We can send a ring sizing mandrel to you and you can put a ring that will be worn on the same hand and finger to access its size; take a photo of the ring while it’s on the sizing mandrel and of the ring from front and side and of the underneath and send it to us.
Take a ring that is worn on the opposite hand, but same finger (i.e. if for a wedding ring, the ring worn would be on the right hand, ring finger) to a jeweler to get its size and the width of the ring shank. Take a photo of that ring; send us the photo along with the size and width and let us know if the person is left- or right-handed.
Take a ring that is worn on the same hand and finger to a jeweler to get its size and the width of the ring shank. Take a photo of that ring; send us the photo along with the size and width and let us know if the person is left- or right-handed.
Ask their relative or friend to help you get the ring size; they can bring it up in a “casual” conversation or may know.
Take their ring finger ring and press it into a sheet of clay, wax or Sculpey and send it to us.
You are responsible for supplying us with the correct ring size, though we can tweak the ring’s size after it’s made if the size differential isn’t drastic. Any ring resizing after your order is given, may be subject to an additional charge.