Tiny fingers! Sizes 3 and UNDER!

posted 1 year ago in Rings
Post # 32
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Newbee

Size 3 finger

0.5 ct center stone, 0.55 ct engagement ring setting

1.55 tcw for engagement ring

2mm engagement ring and wedding band width

 

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Post # 34
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Sugar bee

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@tinytiny:  My apologies…just saw that you tagged a bunch of us and nobody replied! To answer your questions:

1. No

2. No, I knew I wanted a halo but I was very particular on a few aspects of the design. For instance, I wanted very little metal to show and a noticable gap between my wedding band so we did outward facing stems instead of a donut gallery. I also went with small claw prongs so they disappear right in to the diamond. When looking at the profile, I wanted to be able to see diamonds on the sides so we had the halo tilt at a 45 degree angle etc…and the jeweler I worked with executed it perfectly.

3. Not for my engagement ring but when I was getting my wedding band made, I wanted the diamonds to go around 3/4 of the way to match my engagement ring. My jeweler said he could make it a full eternity with no added costs since I had a small finger size.

Looking at the ring styles you chose…if I may, I would suggest you get in touch with David Klass. Those designs look like they’d be right up his alley!

Post # 35
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Newbee

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@tinytiny: thank you, I love the contrast as well and the fact I can wear my wedding band alone without worrying about losing stones!

Unfortunately, I don’t know the mm of my stone and/or halo. I wish I could share that info with you!

Post # 37
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

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@wintertimebee:  I’m not usually one for halos, but yours is stunning! Like a beautiful star burst.

Post # 38
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Sugar bee

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@tinytiny:  I should probably mention that it was David Klass who designed my engagement ring and I’m also not in the US. I’ve had him make a few other pieces as well, including my wedding necklace and earrings and IIRC, shipping was complementary and custom/duty fees weren’t too bad. Nevertheless, I think it’s great that you want to support your local businesses. Good luck on your ring journey! smile

Post # 39
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Busy bee

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@dnabee:  are you in WA? Not trying to be creepy lol. The scenery in your photo is giving me PNW vibes!

Post # 41
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2021

Just noticed your other questions.  The jeweler I purchased my ring from makes all their rings in size 6 and then resizes them from there.  Mine was originally sized down to a 2.75 and then back up to a 3.25 and they didn’t have any issues doing this.  It is a solitaire, though, so I’m sure that made a huge difference with how easy it was to resize.  There was no price difference for me even though less materials were needed.

Post # 42
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Newbee

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@cc33ammy:  Thank you so much, I wasn’t a huge fan of halos either until I saw mine! I think one thing that makes it stand out amongst other halos is the shared prong setting not only in the halo but on the band as well.

Post # 43
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Newbee

Size 3.5 finger with sizing beads because it still spins on me. Center stone is 3/4 carat approximately. With the halo and side diamond total carat weight is around 1.5 I believe 😊 It did have to be custom made too, most rings with side diamonds are not able to be sized down that much at a traditional diamond retailer  

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