What happens if engagement ring is too small?

Is it OK to have a small engagement ring?

Small Engagement Rings are Great if You Have Small Hands

The size of your hands probably won’t change too much over the years. If you have small, petite hands then it might just make sense to go with a delicate and petite engagement ring.

How do I know if my engagement ring is too small?

If you see a little pudge of skin folding over the top of your ring (a phenomenon we so lovingly refer to as ring muffin top), your ring is probably too snug. You should be able to comfortably rotate your ring around your finger both clockwise and counterclockwise.

Is it rude to upgrade your engagement ring?

There’s no right or wrong time to upgrade your engagement ring. This is a highly personal decision that you and your spouse should make together. However, there are certain times when it’s more popular to upgrade your ring.

Is it better to get a bigger or smaller engagement ring?

Remember, it’s definitely better to size a ring up if you’re unsure. A ring that’s too large is easier to adjust than a ring that’s too small. No ring will be perfect but strive for the best fitting ring that you can. The closer you can get to your accurate size, the better off you’ll be.

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What rings Cannot be resized?

To be resized, your ring must be made of metal such as silver, gold or platinum. Jewelers cannot resize rings made of wood, quartz or other non-metal material.

Will my finger adjust to a tight ring?

Will my finger adjust to a tight ring? Over time your finger will adjust to the size of your ring, and you’ll often see an indentation at the wearing position if your ring is tight. After years, fingers and/or knuckles usually get bigger. It’s best to have your ring resized while you can still take it off.