Jewelry Resizing

Looking to Resize your engagement ring, wedding ring, or luxury jewelry at competitive prices in Downtown Miami? Visit the Seybold® Jewelry Building located in the heart of Downtown Miami with 10 floors and over 300 stores of professionals at resizing wedding, promise, engagement rings, and luxury jewelry in Miami. We offer a complete range of jewelry resizing for your jewelry and watches. If you are looking to resize your luxury watch, ring, bracelet, necklace in Miami, the Seybold® Jewelry Building is the right place to start this process. The Seybold® Jewelry Building offers a secure place to buy, sell and resize luxury jewelry with the best competitive price in Miami.

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Jewelry Resizing in Miami

Visit the Seybold® jewelry building with over 300 stores of professionals at resizing luxury jewelry in Miami. Let us resize your wedding rings, and engagement rings in Miami, saving your money and memories. We delivered top-notch customer service and exceptional workmanship, all at an honest price. Whether you need to resize up or down, the work will be done with the utmost attention to detail and expert level craftsmanship.

Resize Engagement and Wedding Rings in Miami

A ring that is too large could slip off your finger and be lost. By contrast, a ring that is too small could get stuck on your finger, or you might have to avoid wearing it because of how uncomfortable it is. Most often though, you can get a ring resized and the cost will depend on the metal and the work that needs to be done. The cost varies to resize a ring by a jeweler, the cost depends on:
  • How much bigger or smaller it needs to be.
  • What metal it is made of
  • How much metal needs to be manipulated
  • How the stones and design elements of the ring will affect the new shape


  • Sizing a Ring Down vs. Up

    Making a ring smaller will almost always cost less than making it larger because there are no costs for added materials.
    To make a ring smaller, jewelers typically:
  • Cut the band in the back.
  • Remove the necessary amount of metal.
  • Solder the two pieces back together.
  • To make a ring size larger, jewelers can either:
  • Stretch the metal (which many do not recommend in any situation).
  • Cut the band and create a bridge of additional metal to re-join the pieces.
  • The amount of extra material needed directly affects the overall price.


  • What is the process of Ring Resizing?

    Ring Downsizing:
    Resizing a ring down (making the ring shank smaller) is an easy process compared to resizing up. The jeweler will take a small portion of the band out and join the pieces back together. The circular shape is restored, then is soldered back together again. Soldering is a common process in metalwork where the joints of two separate pieces of metal are fused together in a thin layer, uniting the metal. After the ring is soldered, it’s then cleaned and polished to remove antioxidants that may result from soldering and to smooth its surface. After resizing, most rings look as good as new, due to our expert jewelers giving them the polishing and cleaning they need!
    Ring Upsizing:
    Upsizing a ring is more intricate and the method varies depending by how much larger you want your ring to be. If you want a ring resized by half a size, then stretching the band is often the best option. Depending on the materials and design, stretching the band may allow the ring to be resized no more than half a size. If the ring needs to be resized by more than half a size then it will need to be cut. A jeweler will cut the band on the ring’s shank and add a bridge of whichever metal the ring is made up of to make the difference. Then the jeweler will set the ring back in place through soldering or by using a laser depending on the metal and whether there is a precious or semi-precious stone set in the jewelry. The ring’s circular shape is then restored, cleaned, and polished ready for the owner to wear their ring with pride.

    Who does Jewelry Resizing near me

    If you are near the Miami area and are looking to resize your luxury jewelry, visit the Seybold® Jewelry Building today! The Seybold® tenants will assist you with all types of jewelry resizing. Resize your wedding rings, engagement rings, and jewelry today near you in Miami and find fine jewelry at affordable prices when you come to the Seybold® Jewelry Building.
    Make sure to ask the jeweler if you can have the leftover metal they cut from your ring. It's called the "cutout" and it's good to hold on to it in case you need to have your ring made larger in the future.

    Jewelry Resizing in Miami

    Visit the Seybold® jewelry building with over 300 stores of professionals at resizing luxury jewelry in Miami. Let us resize your wedding rings, and engagement rings in Miami, saving your money and memories. We delivered top-notch customer service and exceptional workmanship, all at an honest price. Whether you need to resize up or down, the work will be done with the utmost attention to detail and expert level craftsmanship.

    Resize Rings

    A ring that is too large could slip off your finger and be lost. By contrast, a ring that is too small could get stuck on your finger, or you might have to avoid wearing it because of how uncomfortable it is. Most often though, you can get a ring resized and the cost will depend on the metal and the work that needs to be done. The cost varies to resize a ring by a jeweler, the cost depends on:
  • How much bigger or smaller it needs to be.
  • What metal it is made of
  • How much metal needs to be manipulated
  • How the stones and design elements of the ring will affect the new shape


  • Sizing a Ring Down vs. Up

    Making a ring smaller will almost always cost less than making it larger because there are no costs for added materials.
    To make a ring smaller, jewelers typically:
  • Cut the band in the back.
  • Remove the necessary amount of metal.
  • Solder the two pieces back together.
  • To make a ring size larger, jewelers can either:
  • Stretch the metal (which many do not recommend in any situation).
  • Cut the band and create a bridge of additional metal to re-join the pieces.
  • The amount of extra material needed directly affects the overall price.


  • Ring Resizing Process

    Ring Downsizing:
    Resizing a ring down (making the ring shank smaller) is an easy process compared to resizing up. The jeweler will take a small portion of the band out and join the pieces back together. The circular shape is restored, then is soldered back together again. Soldering is a common process in metalwork where the joints of two separate pieces of metal are fused together in a thin layer, uniting the metal. After the ring is soldered, it’s then cleaned and polished to remove antioxidants that may result from soldering and to smooth its surface. After resizing, most rings look as good as new, due to our expert jewelers giving them the polishing and cleaning they need!
    Ring Upsizing:
    Upsizing a ring is more intricate and the method varies depending by how much larger you want your ring to be. If you want a ring resized by half a size, then stretching the band is often the best option. Depending on the materials and design, stretching the band may allow the ring to be resized no more than half a size. If the ring needs to be resized by more than half a size then it will need to be cut. A jeweler will cut the band on the ring’s shank and add a bridge of whichever metal the ring is made up of to make the difference. Then the jeweler will set the ring back in place through soldering or by using a laser depending on the metal and whether there is a precious or semi-precious stone set in the jewelry. The ring’s circular shape is then restored, cleaned, and polished ready for the owner to wear their ring with pride.

    Jewelry Resizing near me

    If you are near the Miami area and are looking to resize your luxury jewelry, visit the Seybold® Jewelry Building today! The Seybold® tenants will assist you with all types of jewelry resizing. Resize your wedding rings, engagement rings, and jewelry today near you in Miami and find fine jewelry at affordable prices when you come to the Seybold® Jewelry Building.
    Make sure to ask the jeweler if you can have the leftover metal they cut from your ring. It's called the "cutout" and it's good to hold on to it in case you need to have your ring made larger in the future.

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      5 star review  We only go here for our exclusive one of a kind jewelry. Instead of going online or any local stores, this is the only place we found to offer us unique pieces. We loved the shop ELENA's Fine jewelry store has given us our beautiful Cross.

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      2/20/2019

      5 star review  Lazaro is the best at Elena's fine jewelry.. he customizes and charges great prices.. got a I'd plate for my daughter Christmas present and couldn't have asked for a nicer person to deal with.. thank you!

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      11/10/2018

      5 star review  Went to Nemaro jewelers they were awesome! Susan attended us, very informative, polite and professional. Hands down recommended

      thumb eugenio sanchez
      12/15/2018

    Next-level service at the Seybold® Building

    Parking & Security

    We also aim at making your shopping experience nothing short of the absolute best, so we put everything into consideration. We offer valet parking, with trained attendants and a trusted store for your car keys. Our parking spaces are ample and also legal. Security is also an important factor, and our premises are well guarded, with security personnel who are trained on handling any situation. We also have surveillance to monitor the building.

    Valet Parking

    We all know how hectic traffic can be around downtown, but at The Seybold® we make sure this is the least of your concerns. Our concierge valet service is here to safely and legally park your car while making all provisions to keep your car keys secure and serve you with a wide smile. So go ahead, stroll around the shops without worrying about park meters and tickets! With all this in mind, aren’t we the best option for the best jewelry in Miami? So whether you are looking to buy, or sell diamonds, or get a birthday gift for your loved ones, or looking to buy in wholesale for distribution, come to The Seybold® Building and get your mind pleasantly dazzled!