(Closed) Moissaniteco.com ring sizing

posted 9 years ago in Rings
Post # 17
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8066 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2013

I didn’t use their sizer but multiple jewelry stores told me I was a 6.5 and I ordered my ring in a 6.5 and it is perfect.  So I would say true to size.

Post # 18
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96 posts
Worker bee

I used the plastic sizer that they offer and my ring was very loose. I did read posts beforehand from other girls on the bee and BTD who had the same ring, and they had the same problem. It’s thought to be due to the fact that the band is so thin (it’s 1.4mm).

Anyway, I ordered a size 5, and I just got my ring back from being resized to a 4.5 by MoCo. It fits much better than before, but I could probably still go down a quarter or half a size. I think I might leave it as is since I do plan getting it soldered to my wedding band, and I want to leave room for swelling and bloating later in life. I’m afraid of going too small; so, I’m considering getting sizing beads as well since I do like a snug fit.

MoCo was really great about getting it resized, though! Resizing palladium shouldn’t be a problem as long as the jeweler knows how to!

Post # 19
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1082 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Hm, that’s a good possibility.

My fiance ordered a size 7 because that’s the size of my other rings. But when I got it, it was HUGE! I had to get it resized down to a 5, which is crazy.

Like, I said, all of my other rings are size 6 or 7, and while they are a tad loose, they weren’t anywhere near as loose as the e-ring from Moissaniteco.

 

 

 

 

 

Post # 20
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721 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

I went to a jewelry store in the mall and measured 5.5 perfectly (I tried 6, 5.75, 5,5 and 5.25) but on the ring sizer things I got in the mail, I measured closer to a 6 so I’m glad I went and checked

Post # 21
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272 posts
Helper bee

I just got my palladium eng ring and it’s size 6. I live in miami so I figured the 6 would be good since its so hot and humid. I think I’m a 5.75. I’m in Philly right now and it’s freezing so the 6 fits  well but there is some wiggle room. I’m really happy with the fit as it is. I hope it doesn’t get too snug in the heat. I used the sizer from them plus went around and tried different sizes to make sure. 

Post # 22
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4835 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I used the plastic ring sizer and my ring is a touch big.  I plan to get the size adjsuted at a local jewler.  I knew that this would be a possibility and that it wouldn’t be free to fix, so i’m not too stressed out about it.  THe prices at MoisCo are very low, so you have to pay for extras like this.  

Post # 23
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17 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2013

My ring is from moissaniteco, and I did use their ring sizer. 6.5 was what seems to meausure snugly, anything smaller was definitely too tight – so we ordered the 6.5.

Now that I have my ring, it does seem I could have gotten it just a tad smaller, sometimes it twirls around. Not enough for me to bother with resizing, but if you’re in between sizes it might be good to order down for a better fit!

Post # 24
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320 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@amallama:  I realize that this thread is a month old, so I hope you already have a gorgeous ring that fits great!  But I just got mine from Moissaniteco and wanted to share, in case it helps anyone else in your situation!

There’s almost a whole ring size difference between my knuckle and actual finger, if that makes sense.  When I measured the knuckle size on the Moissaniteco ring sizer, I got a 4.5.  At a local jeweler’s, I got a 4.0, so I went with a 4.25 and it fits perfectly over the knuckle.  I think the reason why the plastic Moissaniteco ring sizer was a little bit big is just because the tape measure is wider than the actual shank (mine is 2 mm and the sizer is probably about 4 mm).

Also, I got palladium, as well (woo hoo!).  I had trouble finding a chain jewelry store that wanted to size it, but was able to find a small jeweler that put sizing balls in.  That way, the ring still fits over the knuckle but doesn’t spin once it’s on the finger.  Took about two hours 🙂  Best of luck!

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