Two Options for Ring Resizing in Jacksonville FL

by | Oct 29, 2021 | Jewelry

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Imagine trying to put on a ring only to find that it won’t make it past your first knuckle. No amount of squeezing is going to get that ring back on your finger. And even if it does somehow slip back on, it can be a nightmare to take off. In these situations, individuals have a few choices. Getting rid of the ring is always an option but depending on the sentimental value as well as the actual monetary value, most people would rather look at ring resizing in Jacksonville FL. Here are two ways that rings can be resized to fit a larger finger.


The process of stretching a ring is just like it sounds. The band is heated up and stretched while it is warm to increase its circumference. While nothing is added to the ring, there is still a cost involved. It is important to note that sometimes stretching a ring can cause things to become misaligned. Jewellers sometimes have to make adjustments to the prongs holding in a jewel or even the entire arrangement to make sure that everything lines up correctly. While stretching is often an appealing option, it is important to talk to a jeweller to find out if a ring can actually be stretched. Sometimes, especially if the ring has sentimental value or is a family heirloom, it may not be worth the risk.

Adding a Bridge

Another option for making a ring larger involves adding gold to the ring. This makes the band larger. The ring is cut, the metal is added, and then the pieces are soldered together. This ensures that the actual thickness of the ring is maintained. However, the cost is often higher because more metal is being added and the customer needs to pay for the additional gold. Some people prefer this method of Ring Resizing in Jacksonville FL because it tends to maintain the strength and structural integrity of the ring.

Before making a decision, talk to the professionals at Premier Jewelers for their opinion. The goal is always to do what is best for the jewellery, working to maintain its look and value. An experienced jeweller will be able to discuss different options and help you come up with the best choice for you and your ring.

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