To find the right ring size, there are a few things to consider:
- Avoid measuring your ring finger when it is cold.
- Always measure your ring size in the evening when your fingers tend to be swollen
- Observe that a wide ring usually requires a larger size.
- Be very careful when measuring your finger since one millimeter corresponds to the entire ring size.
- Keep in mind that rings must fit over knuckles.
How to measure?
Use our ring sizer
You can order a free ring sizer from us if you already make ordered a ring at our web store, please click here to order for free. Or you can buy our ring size tool at this page if you want to make sure your ring size first.
Think of this ring sizer like a belt for your finger. Secure the end through the “buckle” to form a ring shape. Slip your finger through the loop and pull the end through.
Similar to a belt, you want this to be tight, but not uncomfortably so. You should be able to slip it back over your knuckle. When it feels snug, look to the little black arrow to determine your ring size and you’re done.
Easy as slip, zip, and go.
Use a ruler
Select a ring that fits the finger you intend to wear your ring on. Measure the inner diameter of your ring in millimeters (mm) using a ruler. The measured total number of millimeters is your size.
Measuring with a rope:
- Cut a rope about 18cm long.
- Wrap the rope around the bottom of your finger, just below the knuckles.
- Use a pen to mark where the ends of the rope meet.
- Place the measured rope on the ruler. The number closest to the pen mark is the circumference of the ring in millimeters.
- Send the result to us: firstname.lastname@example.org.