Cascadia titanium rings are available in sizes 3 1/2 to 15. For a precise and comfortable fit I make my rings in 1/4 size increments. Ring widths vary from 3 to 9 millimeters, depending on style.
It is very important to be sure of your size. I can enlarge your ring up to 1/2 a size by removing metal from the interior, but I cannot resize your ring smaller. Unlike softer metals, titanium rings cannot be re-sized by stretching. Solder will not adhere to titanium, so re-sizing by cutting and rejoining the metal is also not possible. I discourage ordering a ring as a gift if the size is unknown because, in my experience, guessing a ring size is almost always incorrect and results in disappointment and added expense.
If possible, size your finger to the nearest quarter-size, i.e. 9 1/4, 9 1/2, 9 3/4 etc. If you're unsure of the size, I offer a Ring Sizing kit when you place your order (US only). Also, your local jeweler or department store will size your finger at no charge. You may also send an existing ring to me and I’ll duplicate its size.
All my rings come with a Comfort Fit interior. This interior contour is more tolerant of normal changes in your finger size, and prevents your finger from pinching when making a fist or lifting heavy objects. On widths of 5mm or less, the Comfort Fit advantage is not as noticeable.
With a Comfort Fit interior,it's important that your finger be sized using a narrow 3mm wide sizer. Do not use a wide band sizer due to the convex nature of comfort fit rings. With Comfort Fit rings, the actual size is in the center of the ring. Acclimate to room temperature before sizing as finger size changes with climate.
Don't know which width to order? As a guideline, the typical ladies’ ring is 3 to 7 millimeters wide and the typical man’s wedding band is 7 to 8 millimeters wide. However, you can order your ring in widths from 3 to 9mm depending on style.
Approximate conversions are:
3mm = 1/8" 6mm = 1/4" 9mm = 3/8"