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Ring Size Guide

Nothing is worse than getting a ring just to find out it doesn't fit! This guide will walk you through step-by-step on how to find your perfect ring size for any finger!

We have written down 2 methods on how you can measure the ring size and then all you need to do is simply use our ring size conversion chart to make sure you are choosing the correct size for you.

 

Method 1 - Use a String Or Piece of Paper

Before you start measuring the ring size, it is important to know your fingers change size over the course of the day. Keep in mind if you're very warm, your fingers will be bigger and if you're cold they'll be smaller. Measuring when you're a bit warm will ensure that the ring will fit all the time. 

  1.  Get a string or strip of paper and wrap it around the base of the desired finger

  2. Mark the point where the end meets the string or paper where it forms a complete circle

  3. Use a ruler to  measure the entire length of the paper (in millimeters or inch) that forms a ring or where it overlaps or meets around your finger.

  4. Compare your measurement using our ring size conversion chart below to choose the correct size for your order with us.

  5. Use a ruler to  measure the entire length of the paper (in millimeters or inch) that forms a ring or where it overlaps or meets around your finger.

Useful Tips: Please note that if your knuckle is bigger than the base of your finger, we recommend that you measure the widest point as well as the base of your finger and pick a size that is in between both. By doing so will help you determine the size of the ring can so that it can fit in all the way in to the base of your desired finger. 

 

Method 2 - Compare the ring size with an existing ring

Using a ruler, you can simply measure the inside diameter or distance across of the ring you currently have in millimeters and then find the nearest measurement using our ring size conversion chart below to choose the correct size for your order with us.

Useful Tips: For precision measurement, we recommend that you use a Vernier scale to measure the diameter of your existing ring.

 

Our Ring Size Conversion Chart