Wedding Rings for Small Finger Sizes

Showing a very small finger size wedding ring on a Wheatsheaf ring gauge.

Small or large sizes for wedding rings – a cause for concern?

Sometimes small, or large finger sizes are a cause for concern when searching for a suitable wedding ring. Since many retailers stock a specific range of sizes, much smaller sizes can be harder to find. Another difficulty can arise when a client requires a suitable ring shape [see our profiles page.]

Over the years we have created many extra large, and extra small ring sizes. To date, Z+8 remains one of the largest sizes produced here, and size E stands as the smallest finger size we have produced for a wedding ring.

Wedding rings produced in much smaller finger sizes are usually bespoke commissions. Plain rings are custom made with the possible mirroring of the shape of their engagement ring band. To match both rings, it is better to submit the engagement ring. This allows us to take specific measurements as we create the model for a matching wedding ring.

Comparison between a regular and very small wedding ring
Comparing size N, to a smaller size E wedding ring falling below US size 3.

Timescales for small wedding ring sizes

The timescale for small wedding rings can vary. Most plain wedding rings take around 3 weeks in any of the popular precious metal alloys. Engraving is also optional but adds further time to the commission. Beyond the plain wedding ring, shaped wedding rings can be created. In fact, most regular wedding ring styles can be applied to small sizes of a wedding ring.

Contact us for more information or advice on wedding rings created for smaller fingers.

Our ring size information page can provide a little more reference information and features a ring size chart here.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.