Engagement & Wedding Rings - Beth Millner Jewelry

Engagement & Wedding Rings

What metals do you use in your rings?

Beth Millner Jewelry offers a wide variety of unique handmade engagement rings and wedding bands in recycled sterling silver, yellow gold, rose gold and palladium white gold. Certain metals are more durable than others, with palladium white gold being the most durable metal we work with and sterling silver being the softest.  Our sterling silver wedding bands often have a patina applied to the metal to darken and oxidize the details. Gold items cannot be darkened and will have a little less contrast than our sterling silver wedding bands. You can also combine contrasting metal layers for a truly unique piece.

What is the turnaround time for a ring?

We have many engagement and wedding rings listed in the Wedding Ring section.  Any sterling silver ring in this section has a turn around time of 2-3 weeks plus shipping.  Any gold ring in this section has a turnaround time of 10 weeks plus shipping. Custom wedding bands are ring designs that do not exist in the online shop and they also have a 10 week turnaround time.  Rings may be eligible for rush order upgrades, please contact us to find out if we are able to accommodate your rush order.

How do I place a custom ring order?

Please read our custom order section for details on how to place a custom order.

Can I use my own stones or gold?

We are happy to discuss using your own stones and ask that you send photos and measurements for Beth to evaluate if the stone can be incorporated in the design. Unfortunately at this time we are not set up to reuse customer's gold or silver.  If the metal is not sentimental, we suggest scrapping the material with a reputable business and use the cash as a payment on a custom Beth Millner piece. 

How do I find out my ring size?

If you are unsure of your ring size, the most accurate way to be sized is at a jewelry store.  We recommend being sized in the millimeter width you are interested in purchasing to get a true fit.  We also have a ring sizer available for purchase here.  If you are purchasing a ring for someone else and do not know their size, please contact us for help in determining the size.

What if I need a ring resized or repaired?

Please read our repairs & resizing section for more details. 

What are my stone choices & settings?

We specialize in setting round stones in tube settings and gypsy flush settings and can also set cabochons and raw gemstones. Tube and flush settings are durable and snag-free, allowing for comfortable wearing for an active lifestyle. We offer a variety of certified recycled diamonds and other gemstones for your engagement rings. Please contact us for more information on our stone inventory.

Ring Sizing

Purchase this ring sizer to help determine your ring size. This sizing tool is most accurate for double band rings and bands 6mm and under.

Fingers can change size due to many circumstances. The best way to get an accurate size is to check the size a couple of different times throughout a several day period to determine your best size. The majority of our rings can be resized, but if the ring has a stone setting other than a diamond, it probably cannot be resized unless otherwise noted in the item listing.

Some of our rings with stones are shown with the stone not set in order for us to size the ring to your specifications and set the stone afterwards. This avoids damage to the stone during sizing. Reference the individual ring listings for more details. Wide bands 7mm and above have more friction against the finger and will need to be ordered a little larger.

Our double band rings fit like a narrow band. When getting sized for a double band ring, you can get sized for a ring that is narrow.

When getting your finger sized, inform jeweler of the width band you are intending on purchasing and rely on them to determine your ring size.

If you need a ring resized that you have already purchased please contact us. 

Engagement Ring Sizing

Purchase this ring sizer to help determine your ring size. This sizing tool is most accurate for double band rings and bands 6mm and under.

There are many sneaky options for getting the size right but the best way is to have their finger sized by a professional.

You may be able to sneak one of their rings and bring it into a jewelry store and ask them to check the size.

Beth Millner Jewelry has wish lists too, so they could come in to the store and fill out a wish list and we will try to get their ring size written down.

Bracelet & Cuff Sizing

Measure wrist circumference. Take your measurement just above the wrist above bone.

Use the chart below to determine the correct size.

The bracelets we make are designed to fit comfortably, but if a looser fit is preferred, the next size up may be suitable.


Beth Millner Jewelry Bracelet Sizing Beth Millner Jewelry Bracelet Sizing


Size Wrist Measurement (Inches) Wrist Measurement (cm)
Small 5.5-6 14-15
Medium 6-6.5 15-16.5
Large 6.5-7 16.5-18
X-Large 7-7.5 18-19
XX-Large 7.5-8 19-20.5
Bangle Sizing

Bangle Size is determined by hand size, rather than wrist size

Measure hand size by tucking your thumb in, just like when trying on a bangle. Measure around the thickest part of the hand while in this position.

Use the chart below to determine the correct bangle size.

Bangle Bracelet Sizing Beth Millner Jewelry Bangle Bracelet Sizing Beth Millner Jewelry
Size Hand Measurement (inches) Hand Measurement (cm)
Small 7-8 18-20
Medium 8-9 20-23
Large 9-9.5 23-24
Pendant & Earring Sizing

When determining the size of the pendant or earrings you would like to purchase, please reference the item description which includes the size of the piece.

Also, there will be an image with a hand in the picture to help visualize the size.

When choosing a piece for another person, we find that our customers choose pieces that are similar to their overall stature.

People that are shorter and small tend to like smaller items, tall slender people tend to like our longer larger pieces.

Chain Length

When picking out a chain, 18 inch is the most common length.

This would cause the pendant to sit between the collar bones.

Chain Length reference photo by beth millner jewelry