Where to buy hard to find ring sizes.

Where to buy hard to find ring sizes.
6 years, 2 months ago 5

Custom made jewelry ring bases and settings for the DIY jewelry designer.  Materials: sterling .925 silver, fine silver, copper, bronze and brass.

Trying to find all the components to make that perfect piece of jewelry  can be a real challenge if you are looking for non standard sizes or materials. Unless designing and making jewelry is a business for you likely don’t have the necessary equipment. That’s where we come in.

Send me an e-mail telling me what size, material and style you are looking for. It could be a plain ring band, a cabochon setting, a fixed size or an adjustable ring with a hidden closure.  Whatever it is,  I’ll  give you a cost estimate that is competative with off-the-shelf products. If you wish to purchase the ring I will make it, take photos and post it for you to purchase.

No risk involved! If you don’t like what you see in the photos don’t buy it.  It is that simple to purchase hard to find ring sizes and make your own custom jewelry.

Looking for a ring size 2, 3, 3.5, 12, 15 or a size F, Q 1/2 or a size Z. You can get your ring size here.

 

 

 

 

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