A Few Favorite Ring Shops w/ Extended Sizing (Fits Small Fingers)

minimalist rings sz 4 5 gucci belt size guide

H&M skirt (very similar for $22 – xxs fits well), Gibson fleece wrap top xxs, Gucci belt 70 (my size guide)
// chain link ring 5 + chunky ring (JEAN20 for 20% off), bead ring, pearl cuff bracelet, Y necklace

After my last post on favorite layering necklaces & bracelets from small Etsy shops, I had been meaning to do a follow up on rings & earrings! I wear a size 4 to 5 which can be hard to find at times, so below are a few stores I love that offer rings for small fingers (or custom sizing) and other personalize-able options!

Everyday & Minimalist Rings in Small Sizes

1. Buddha Blossom Jewels

Based in Arizona and ships internationally.
Amy makes crystal and gemstone jewelry in a wide range of ring sizes (from US size 1 to 16!) and bangles in multiple sizes. Most of her rings are gems electroformed with copper and have a more rosy tone to the metal. If you want unique birthstone jewelry that doesn’t look like it came from a mall kiosk, or just more interesting stone pieces, I love the more organic shapes of her jewelry either stacked or worn alone.

Amy was also very responsive & helpful with my questions. Since all the stones are shaped differently, if she has multiple stones in stock for a certain listing, she was happy to share photos so that I could pick the exact one I wanted!

gemstone birthstone hand made ring size 4 5

2. Hoops by Hand

Based in Utah and ships internationally 
Diane owns Hoops by Hand and makes the jewelry at her home studio. She makes pretty small sizes that work for either pinky rings or kids (I got this for Nori for when she’s older, but let her try it on when she asks under close supervision)!

  • Delicate Knot ring (gold filled) – cute bridesmaid gift idea that you can send with a “help me tie the knot” note! offered in an impressive range of sizes from 1 -12.
  • Twist ring available as gold filled, rose gold filled or sterling silver.

For those based in Canada, another boutique I found offering similar delicate, minimal rings with good reviews is Minimal Accents (ships internationally).

mommy and me matching dainty knot gold rings little girls jewelry

3. Baublebar

Update: Use code JEAN20 for 20% off (ends 8/7)
Baublebar is a little different from the small shops on this list, but I have been LOVING two of their rings that have proven to be quite versatile, and their size 5 rings can fit some small fingers.

Hera link ring sz 5 – I had searched high and low for a chain link ring that is solid and structured in a hoop shape, since many chain link rings are made of a more fluid, bending mesh-like chain. This was exactly what I was looking for and is a current favorite in my collection.

Maro ring sz 5 – in a rounded, soft crescent shape, I like that this ring adds a chunkier texture to my mix of more thin and delicate pieces, but does not feel overwhelming in size and is still comfortable to wear.

baublebar chain link ring maro ring pearl bracelet

chunky ring 5, chain link ring 5, beaded ring 5, pearl cuff bracelet (classic favorite, bends to fit) //
H&M snake skirt (very similar – xxs fit well), Gibson top xxs

4. House of Metalworks

Based in Pennsylvania and ships internationally
Jill, the designer and maker of House of Metalworks’ pieces, uses reclaimed, recycled, eco-friendly and sustainable materials and also ships in sustainable packaging. Note, her pieces are very lightweight and on the thinner side, for those who prefer a very minimalist look!

handmade stacking rings

stacking rings being made

Jill sent over photos of my rings being made while I was waiting on my order!

Feminine Handcrafted Earrings

With earrings, I love shopping for more unique, feminine statement pieces. Below are two small women-owned shops I’ve ordered from several times over the past few years!

1. Vivian Drew Earrings

Based in Alabama and ships internationally
Hayley, the owner and creator, is a mother of two girls – Vivian and Drew – and started this small business out of their home. I love the mix of materials she uses (from gems to metals to soft tassels), and some of the pearl and gold pieces look perfect for bridal activities and photos!

I wore a pair of her tassel earrings for my maternity photoshoot and a pearl drop pair here.
2. Shop Moss Handmade Earrings  

Based in Alabama and ships internationally 
Vania, the owner and designer, learned how to sculpt tiny roses out of bread as a child. Now, she creates her pieces by hand sculpting polymer clay. I like how no two flowers are exactly the same due to the unique clay sculpting process!

Note: I asked for my studs to be extra large, but as a result they droop a bit from the weight (even though the earrings are pretty lightweight) so I think smaller flower studs would look best.
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  1. Phoebe wrote:

    For the drooping earrings, you can try earring backs with a bigger surface area (the ones with a plastic disc or an additional gold tab to help stabilize the earlobe).

    Posted 8.31.20 Reply
  2. Kristin wrote:

    This is a problem I had just come to accept, and rings are my favorite kind of jewelry… thank you for this post! Already bookmarked 2 of the sites you linked!

    Posted 8.3.20 Reply
  3. J'Aime wrote:

    Love this! I’ve always struggled to find rings in my size. What do you use to clean your jewelry?

    Posted 7.31.20 Reply
  4. Agnita wrote:

    Love this post!! Am constantly looking for rings size 5 and lower and have always struggled, thank you thank you! 🙂

    Posted 7.31.20 Reply
  5. Emily Kate wrote:

    I love all those earrings! I also love this shop I follow on instagram called JLHEARTONLINE. She makes the most beautiful jewelry, though it is a bit pricier than the ones in this blog post. Most of her work is with jade and they are stunning pieces.💗

    Posted 7.31.20 Reply
  6. Mireia wrote:

    So many pretty rings!

    Mireia from TGL

    Posted 7.31.20 Reply
  7. Carla Krae wrote:

    If you like heavier stud earrings, use a support backing that goes behind your earlobe to prop them up. They don’t show from the front.

    There’s adorable food jewelry made in the US by Tiny Hands. Some of it is even scented. https://tinyhandsonline.com/

    Posted 7.31.20 Reply

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