Post # 1
My partner and myself intend to be married… yey!
but before i can flaunt about the fantastic news, I would LOVE to find a ring…. the issue is though, we cant find one!
My partner knows exactly what i want, but i have very tiny fingers (a uk ring size g (childs)) and unfortunatly i do love my bling bling. We are also not the most flush with cash!
i would love a white gold, round or cushion cut, 1.5 diamond
please, any ideas? else i will settle for my garlic bread roll with a hole in it as i was offered the other day!
thank you 😀
Post # 3
@bekkibriggstobe: You can always get your ring resized, my dear!
Post # 4
@bekkibriggstobe: Look at Adiamor. The smallest size is a 4 but the will size down for free but I don’t think you can return it because it is considered custom.
Post # 5
Yes, you can get it resized. I’d recomment a plain band though b/c they can only size down ones with stones so much.
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Post # 7
iv asked but i can only have solitaires if i was to have it resized to what i need, just wondering if there was a different option…
thank you though, big help
Post # 8
As long as the diamonds don’t go all the way around the band (you could still have sidestones) you should be able to resize. If not, you should talk to some other jewelers.
Post # 9
on moissaniteco you just enter your band size so you can just put what you need. In their sizing information they have UK sizes down to F so you can get your G!
Since you mentioned budget constraints moissanite may be a good way to go.
Post # 10
- Wedding: May 2012 - The Old Field Club
can you go to a jeweler and have one custom made? I would go to a local jeweler. I also have a friend with a size 3.5 finger, and she fell in love with a ring in a jewelery store. They just made one in her size and charged an extra 300 dollars or so…. If you know what you want, find a jeweler to make it
Post # 11
I echo the advice about getting a plain band.
Post # 12
Check out LAdiamondfactory.com
They can custom make any style ring, or any size!
I love my engagement ring I got from there!
Post # 13
- Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat
The awesome thing about having tiny fingers is that you can completely rock smaller stones. I’m willing to bet a half carat would look perfect on your hand!
Post # 14
@bekkibriggstobe: Blue Nile goes down to size 3 (I’m 3.5), but I’m not sure what the conversion is. Also, most chain stores only size down to 5, but then you can take it to a custom place and they will size it smaller for under $100….Also, avoid rings with side stones from chain stores because often times those can’t be sized very small….in my experience any way. Hope this helps!!!!
Post # 15
I second the resizing bit. I’ve had my ring resized twice I think it only cost $35. Plus, you can get little things put in the inside to make it even smaller. I have a 4.5, but it still spins which drives me nuts. The only problem you’ll have is if you get an eternity style ring, or extensive miligree (sp?). If you like more bling, try a halo with a plain band or a bit of pave on the top of the band.