Can I provide my own coin?
Yes. If you have a coin that I don’t currently have in my inventory, I’m happy to use it to make a ring. Getting it to me will need to be by hand delivery or shipping. Providing your own coin does not affect the price.Back to Index
Can my coin ring be resized?
Yes. If there was a mistake at my end, I will gladly resize the ring at no additional charge to you. However, if the mistake is at your end, there will be a small additional charge including shipping.Back to Index
How can I tell my ring size?
If you are local to western CO I can size you in my shop or size a ring that already works for you. If you are ordering from further away, I recommend a free sizer from Blue Nile. It is easy and accurate. Please click HERE to get yours.Back to Index
Can I mix the date and state?
I have had a lot of requests over the years for coins that just don’t exist. Please note that the state series and park series were only minted during one specific year. For example, the Massachusetts quarter was only minted in 2000. I cannot make the coin appear to have been minted during a different year. In the past, I have tried to scratch out the year, but I was unhappy with the results.Back to Index
How long does it take to make a ring? Receive my order?
The actual process of making a ring does not take long at all. Most single orders can be turned around within a day or two. However, this is not my main gig. Please allow up to a week for processing and delivery. If you need a rush job, please contact me before placing your order.Back to Index
Is this legal?
Yes. Manipulating US coins into rings is perfectly legal. While the US Mint does not condone the defacing of currency, the only illegal manipulation is altering currency to appear as a different denomination as first minted. For example, making a nickel appear to be a quarter.Back to Index