When you purchase a ring from us, the first sizing is complimentary. Most rings can be safely and easily sized up or down one full size—and sometimes more—unless otherwise noted. It’s helpful to keep in mind that rings were generally made to the scale of their size. Larger rings can often be too broad for a smaller finger, and vice versa. It’s also important to consider the shape of the finger and knuckle size when thinking about ring sizing, as well as how finger size may change over the course of the day or in varying temperatures.
Our team of highly skilled jewelers, who specialize in the restoration of antique and vintage jewelry, are experts at sizing. We use both traditional and modern techniques to create as seamless a sizing as possible. We take great pride in the work our jewelers do; if for any reason you have a problem resulting from this work, we will correct it. We do not guarantee work performed by other jewelers.
Please feel free to contact us with any sizing questions, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.