Ring Sizer - measure your ring size - multi use

Ring Sizer - measure your ring size - multi use

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Overview

Craft type: Jewellery making

Description

If you are not sure of your ring size no problem! I will send you one of these plastic ring sizers to measure your finger. It comes with instructions and is very simple to use

The measurement will be in UK (letter) size

Have a question about the item? Send a message.

This seller usually responds within 24 hours.

Delivery & returns

Ready for dispatch in 3–5 business days
From United Kingdom
£0.60 delivery to United Kingdom
Returns accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (518)

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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns and cancellations

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Send items back within: 21 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 3 hours of purchase

I don't accept exchanges

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalised orders
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Seller Details

Candice Spencer
Greenoakhill Court
GLASGOW, SOUTH LANARKSHIRE G71 7PQ

FAQs

I appreciate that buying rings without trying them on can be tricky so I am happy to resize for free (excluding postage costs). Please get in touch to arrange so that I know you are sending it back. Bear in mind that it can be more difficult to increase than decrease ring size.

If you are not sure of your size the best method is getting measured at a jewellery shop or you can buy ring sizers in my shop to use at home. I have found that measuring yourself with string or paper doesn't produce great results so I wouldn't recommend this method.

Ring size scales vary by country so I make rings to the system you give me. Sizes don't always correlate so I don't convert them into UK sizes.
I can often schedule my workload to have rings ready sooner than my usual working times. I can arrange for gold items to be priority hallmarked for an extra fee. Please contact me with your date and I will let you know what I can do.
I make a variety of textures and shapes for rings so I have written a summary below. I always start by making a plain ring band and finish them individually by hand so each is unique. If you use the shop search using these terms you will find each type. Please remember that the surface of any silver or gold ring will gradually wear smoother over time.

Distressed
I use natural stones to imprint organic patterns.

Molten
Smooth undulating shapes with irregular grooves.

Hammered
I make 3 different hammered looks: round imprints, flat hammered and linear 'tree bark'

Tree Bark
Slightly different from the hammered tree back this has thinner grooves and a shiny finish.
Sorry but I am not doing any ring engraving. You can easily add an engraving once you have your ring as many jewellers and hardware shops offer this service.
All of the metals I work with are free from nickel but please let me know if you have a nickel allergy so I can make sure the other products I use are suitable.
The 18 carat gold I use is an alloy of gold, palladium and silver. The palladium gives it a grey tone which I think makes it really interesting! I don't plate any white gold to make it whiter as I prefer the grey tone this also means the colour will always be the same rather than wearing off over time.
I can work in:
Sterling silver
9 carat white, rose and yellow gold
14 carat yellow gold
18 carat white, rose and yellow gold

The colours I use may vary from those you have seen before as each alloy can have different 'ingredients' and proportions. My 18 carat white gold is not plated so it has a lovely warm grey tone. The rose gold I use is actually more pink in the 9 carat version while the 18 carat is closer to gold with a blush tint.

When you look through the ring options in my shop you will see some of the combinations and variations I make. The options you can combine to make your rings are:
metal
texture
width

If you don't see what you are looking for then just ask!

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