At NJewellery, we understand that finding the perfect fit for your ring is essential. That's why we offer a resizing service for any ring purchased from our store. Whether you need a slight adjustment or a complete custom size, we're here to help.
When you purchase a ring from NJewellery, you have the option to resize it by up to 1 Australian size increase. This means that if the ring you receive is slightly too small, we can make it fit comfortably on your finger.
To take advantage of our resizing service, simply add the ring to your cart and add "Ring resizing" item and proceed with your purchase. During the checkout process, you'll have the opportunity to leave us a message specifying your desired size increase. Our skilled artisans will then carefully resize the ring to your specifications.
However, if the ring you found on our web-site is larger or significantly smaller than your target size, we recommend reaching out to us before making your purchase. In such cases, we can create a custom-made ring specifically tailored to your size requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can all rings be resized?
While we strive to accommodate all resizing requests, there may be certain limitations depending on the design and materials of the ring. We encourage you to contact us with the details of the ring you're interested in resizing, and our team will provide you with personalized assistance.
How long does the resizing process take?
The resizing process typically takes up to a week. However, please note that this timeframe may vary depending on the complexity of the resizing and our current workload. We will do our best to complete the resizing as quickly as possible without compromising on quality.
What if I'm unsure about my ring size?
In order to properly resize a ring, what is the size of your finger. In addition, we'd like to know what type of sizing gauge was used to determine the size of your finger. You can go into any traditional jeweler to have your finger measured – just be sure to capture the sizer they use a wide one or a skinny one. This helps us know more precisely how to resize your ring.
Before deciding what size you are after, please read our article here