A ring that is too large or too small can really put a damper on your excitement about it and sizing issues are definitely something you want to address. A ring that is too large could slip off your finger and be lost. By contrast, a ring that is too small could get stuck on your finger, or you might have to avoid wearing it because of how uncomfortable it is. Most often though, you can get a ring resized and the cost will depend on the metal and the work that needs to be done.Note, there are some metals that cannot be resized:
Traditional metals like platinum, gold and sterling silver can typically be made larger or smaller by one or two sizes. This process must be done by a professional jeweler with the skills and tools to make the alterations. Cost will generally correlate with the expense of the metal itself. For instance, platinum is more expensive and will generally carry a higher price to resize. Another potential increase to cost is if your ring features gems or a specific setting. The process may be more intricate depending on these factors. Work with your jeweler to figure out what your best options for resizing are.
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