November 13, 2019

Unsure of your ring size?

No problem! CMD can help.

Our new adjustable plastic finger gauges are a simple way to find out your (or a loved one's) ring size if you aren't able to pop into The SF Shop for an in-person sizing experience. Our multi-size, adjustable finger gauges measure all sizes, including half-size increments. Once you figure out your size, we'll be happy to credit the $8 you spent on the ring sizer toward your first special occasion, stack set, or individual ring purchase!

PURCHASE A RING SIZER
 

In addition to our usual free shipping offer on any order over $100, CMD shoppers will now receive free shipping on any order with an adjustable ring sizer, or ring sizing kit!

Need help finding something? Drop us a note or give us a call. We're happy to help. The SF Shop is open Tuesday - Saturday from 11am - 7pm.


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