1. DIY SIZER :
You will need:
- A pen or marker
- A ruler.
- Wrap it around the base of the finger you want to wear the ring on, and
make sure it’s snug!
- Using a marker or pen, mark where the ends overlap.
- Lay the string flat and use the ruler to measure the length in mm.
- Use our Ring Size Conversion Chart to find your corresponding ring size!
2. PRINT YOUR SIZER :
- Make note of the number that lines up with the slit
- this is your ring size!
- Keep in mind that quarter sizes are available too, in case your sizer indicates that you are between whole and half sizes.
3. MEASURE YOUR CURRENT RING :
- Lay the ring over one of the size circles below, until you are able to find the one that closely matches the inside edge of your ring with the circles on the guide.
- If the ring falls between two of the sizes, order the quarter size in the
RING SIZE TIPS:
- Bands and rings over 5 mm in width may fit your finger more tightly compared to rings with narrower widths, so this might be more appropriate.
- Always go for a snug fit, as jewellers always say that rings should ‘go in easy and come off hard’ as this means you have the right fit.
- Warm up your hand to room temperature if you have just come in from the cold outdoors - as this will be the closest to your real size.
- Your finger sizes tend to change throughout the day - so the most optimal time is to measure at the end of the day!
- Our dominant hands tend to be bigger, so use your right finger on the correct and intended hand!
- In case you don’t know your partner’s ring size, always opt for standard sizing. The average for women is 6 to 7, and for men, it is 9 to 10.
International Ring Size Chart
|Inside Diameter Millimeters (mm)||Inside
Circumference Millimeters (mm)
|U.S. and Canada||U.K., Europe and
|Switzerland||Asia (Hong Kong,