RING SIZE GUIDE
Not many people know their true ring size so it helps to understand how crucial it is to have a properly fitting ring. Figuring out ring sizes can be tricky when you don't have the proper tools. Having a jeweler properly size you provides significantly better results than an estimate. That being said, we recommend you bring one of your own rings into the store so our jewelry experts can help you measure accurately. A ring that is too big will twist or slide on your finger making is much more susceptible to damage just from every day activities. Not only does the proper ring size increase your rings durability it also results in an immaculate all-around appearance. In addition we know how important the element of surprise can be, so it isn't always possible to be sized by a professional. Hopefully the information below will help you identify your ring size at home.
Instructions for Measuring your Ring Size
1. Use a string or a piece of paper about 6" long & 1/4" wide.
2. Wrap it around the spot of your finger where you intend to wear the ring. It has to fit snug, but not too tight.
3. Mark the point on the string or paper where it overlaps forming a circle.
4. Measure the length of the string or paper and check for the corresponding ring size in the chart.
Inside Circumference (mm)
Helpful Hints & FAQ
∙✦∙ If you are between sizes ORDER UP
∙✦∙ Keep in mind your finger can vary slightly over the course of the day due to diet, temperature & activities
- When you measure make sure your finger is at normal body temperature--fingers can swell when hot.
- We recommend you measure your ring size at the end of the day when your finger is at its largest.
∙✦∙ How Do You Know if a Ring Fits Properly?
- The ring should fit comfortably --snug enough where it won't fall off but loose enough to slide over your knuckle
- If your knuckle is larger than your finger’s base, take two separate measurements & choose a size in between. You want a ring to fit over your knuckle, but not be too loose at the base
- If you have big knuckles, you might need to go half a size up
∙✦∙ The wider the ring, the tighter it will fit on your finger- so for wider rings we recommend going half a size up
∙✦∙ To get the most accurate measurement as possible you should measure 3-4 different times.
∙✦∙ Generally the most common ring sizes for women are between 5 & 7 --6 being the most popular.
Below are a couple articles that may further help you understand how to measure your ring size:
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