Post # 16
utb1992 : A jeweler advised me that bands with diamonds sometimes can’t be sized without messing with the integrity of the band. I was also advised that it can be best to have rings a half size bigger to allow for swelling when hot etc or when you get older. Also, like pp stated, once you add your band it feels more snug. You can get sizing beads put in. This is a good opt on because it allows more flexibility as they can be removed.
Post # 17
It definitely can be done. Bring to a trusted jeweler and have them put metal sizing beads on. This usually only takes a day and they can be removed by the jeweler fairly easily.
Post # 18
My ring looks a lot like yours except it’s cushion cut instead of round. I got it sized down 1/2 size. I got the ring last May and thought it might be too big, and then when fall came I knew it was definitely too loose because my fingers shrunk down more in the cold. No problems with resizing whatsoever.
Post # 19
Quite conflicting comments saying it can be resized and others saying it can affect the side stones.
My plan is to see what the jewellers think. When I’m warm the rings absolutely fine. It’s when I’m colder it moves down but won’t come off unless I really shake my hand.
I think I’ll try it on with a wedding band in my size if they have one and then see what it feels like.
when sizing balls are removed can you tell they’ve been there?
Post # 20
What did you do? cmsgirl :
Post # 21
utb1992 : I got mine resized and I’ve had no issue. My jeweler said some people couldn’t resize it without issue but he could! He was so confident that no stones would fall out that he wrote on my receipt that if any of my stones ever fell out, he’d do the work and replace them for free. I’ve never had an issue and I’ve been wearing it for 7 years.