There are many reasons why you may need a ring resized. Maybe you wanted to do a surprise proposal and estimated the size wrong. Perhaps there was a weight loss or gain. It could be a family heirloom that needs to be resized.
Resizing down is easier to do and less expensive. When a ring is resized down, we cut out the extra material from the bottom and solder the ends back together.
When you need to resize up, there are two ways:
Resizing up always costs more because of the extra material cost. So if you're not sure what correct size is, it's best to get a larger ring and resize down if necessary. Download our sizing guide for exact measurements and avoid resizing in the future.
There is no "one-size-fits-all" when it comes to pricing a ring resize. When you visit to Hayes Jewelers for resizing your ring, we'll look at your ring and give you a written estimate.
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At Hayes Jewelers we do all types of repairs: Sizing rings,
soldering chains, replacing stones in rings, bracelets, pendants and
• Metals: 18K, 14K, 10K in white and yellow gold, platinum and sterling silver
• Eye glass repair, battery and watch band replacement, most of the time, while you wait. Or, we'll text you when it's ready for pick-up.
• Watches, including Rolex: Crystals, stem & crowns and major overhauls. Some older watches do take a while, since finding parts is sometimes difficult.
Contact us for an estimate.