(Closed) Ring sizing

posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
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Busy bee

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sway0060:  My fingers are the same way! I think the trade-in for a wedding band and new setting is a good option if you can convince the store to do that for you.

Post # 17
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

Id just go to walmart and get a pack of those ring sizers tp keep it tight till you are at your goal then size your ring.

Post # 18
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Bumble Beekeeper

Just dropping in to say good luck to you!

I’m in the same boat (trying to lose a bunch of weight), although my ring is super plain so can get sized a ton if needs be.

Post # 20
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Bee Keeper

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sway0060:  I’ve lost about 39-40 pounds so far. When I started out, I was a size 8, with my rings sized at an 8.5. (I can’t stand for them to be tight.) Now, I’m around a size 7. I still have quite a long way to go until I reach my total weight loss goal.

Because of the type of setting I have, I can’t take my ring size up and down very often. It’s too easy for the setting framework to get bent out of shape, which will lead to lost stones. So, I had my jeweler put a sizing bump/hump into the bottom for now. I’m hoping that will be enough to last me until I get to my final goal. And then my jeweler will work with me to see if my ring can be resized.

Funny enough, I had my original wedding band stretched just a little bit when I was still a size 8. It’s an eternity, with a metal design all the way around it, so it can’t be sized easily. Now, it’s actually too big for my left hand. Argh. >.O

Good luck on your weight loss! 

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