Any half way decent jewelry store will do ring sizing. What you don’t want is a half way decent jeweler doing the work! Glenn and his team of master jewelers have been taking care of sizing rings for our customers for over 23 years. We have the tools, the materials, and the expertise to perfectly match that ring to your finger. We stand behind our work, and if the fit isn’t to your satisfaction, we’ll get it right.
Currently, we schedule all ring sizings to be completed every Wednesday, which means that you can pick your ring up at the end of the day, or first thing Thursday morning (we always call you to let you know when we’re finished!).
Ring sizing prices vary between establishments, as does the length of time it takes to complete the work. Though some sizings could cost up to 75.00 dollars, this is definitely at the higher end of the spectrum. For businesses that have to send repair or modification work to some other place because they do not have the personnel or equipment on-site, you may have to wait three weeks or more to have a simple sizing done (always good to ask if the sizing is done in-house!).
In our experience, most ring sizings cost between 30 to 50 dollars, depending on the level of work that needs to be done. An example of a higher level of work may involve a customer that wishes to wear their ring on a larger finger, thus increasing the size of the shank two or more sizes. If the stone is ‘sensitive’ to heat, like emerald, tanzanite, or aquamarine for example, the stone may have to be removed and then reset, which can also increase the cost.
I’ve been asked how many times a ring can be sized? The answer is simply an infinite amount. In fact, we have quite a few customers that bring their rings in twice a year to be sized, as they are perhaps more sensitive to temperature fluctuations between hot and cold weather (we all swell up a little in the summer, and shrink in the winter).
We can size most any ring that is made out of precious metal (Gold, Silver, Platinum), and even size more difficult ones like those bezel or channel set bands where the stones wrap all the way around the circumference of the ring (eternity setting).
The only rings that we will caution you on are the invisible-set stone type. These stones are actually set into a metal frame that lies beneath the surface of the ring and sit side-by-side, giving the appearance of a solid surface of gems. This type of setting is the most likely of the settings to have stones come loose or pop-out during the sizing process, and there are only a handful of laboratories in the country that can reset missing stone(s), which can be costly. Still, the seamless and sharp look of the invisible setting allows jewelers to push the boundaries of design, and is well worth the minimal risk for most people.