Post # 1
I would love to have a channel set wedding band, but my fiance and I just bought a house, so it doesn’t make financial sense to spring for real diamonds. Problem is, my ring size is 3, and I can’t find any fakes smaller than 4. Any ideas?
Post # 3
wowie! those are tiny fingers. You may have to buy a size for 4 and make it smaller. Usually making a ring smaller is an easier process than making it bigger so shouldnt break the bank in costs. You could also look into getting the sieze 4 band and getting sizing balls placed in it to save costs as well…
Post # 4
I thought my size 4 was small! you must have the cutest fingers 🙂
i agree with Chantellamus and getting a 4 resized, otherwise you are surely looking at a custom fake.
Post # 5
Might try looking at kids rings. I’m not sure what size they come in. Other than that, I say get a size 4 sized.
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
I once had a size 4 ring sized down to a 3 (it was a pinky ring! you must have such tiny fingers!). The design was intricate and they couldn’t size it any smaller than a 4 without ruining it, so they added metal to the inside (all the way around), which worked. It made the band thicker, certainly, but it costs very little to do if you can find a jeweler who will do it. Sizing beads is another option (although I find those to be uncomfortable when you use them to change an entire size rather than just 1/4-1/2 of one).
Post # 7
Thanks, ladies! I’ve never even heard of sizing beads until now!
Post # 8
I have a small finger size as well (2.75 – 3) and both my wedding band and e-ring has sizing beads on it. It should be a fairly simple exercise that any jeweler can perform. Ours did it for free, since it’s essentially 2 little dots of platnium or whatever metal you choose.