Ring sizing advice (.25 difference)?

posted 1 year ago in Rings
Post # 16
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2019 - A historic Art Deco and French Renaissance Theatre

I would suggest going with the 5.75 to allow for swelling in your hands when the weather is warmer. If you feel it is still slightly too big have them add sizing beads. It’s a great way to easily get that bit of a snugger fit!

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Post # 17
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Worker bee

I think there is a difference but not so much that it will be too big on you.  I had a past ring in size 4.25 and weigh less now than I didn’t then but I was recently sized at 4.5.  I couldn’t feel the difference and deferrred to their professional advice on ordering the 4.5.  I think you will be fine 🙂 

Post # 18
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Worker bee

I am a jeweler. There are a couple of things to keep in mind. For one, in the summer your finger is going to swell a bit, also salt and water intake is going to have an affect on your ring size. You may want to go with the slightly larger size. Also, the width of the band will have an affect on what size you need. If you get a wider band, you might need to increase the size–same thing if you decide to add rings to the set. 

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