Ring Size Guide
- Your ring should fit your finger comfortably and securely. If your ring is too tight, it will be painful when you try to take it on or off. If your ring is too loose, it could fall off or get lost.
- Also keep in mind that your fingers will swell in warmer weather.
- We suggest that you order half a size up from your usual ring size when purchasing a wide band. Wide bands do not leave the tell-tale 'ring mark' on your finger when you take it off, thanks to their greater width.
- If your ring size falls between two of the sizes shown, choose the larger size.
Measure Your Finger
One of the easiest ways to assess your ring size is to measure your finger with a strip of paper or string:
- Measure the circumference of your finger with a strip of paper.
- Mark where the paper overlaps to get the length in millimeters.
- Look up that measurement on our chart to find your ring size.
- If your finger is extra thick near the knuckle and thin lower down, measure both locations and choose a size in between the two.
Measure a Ring You Already Have
If you have a ring that already fits your finger well, you can use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of this ring:
- To find your ring size, use a ruler to measure straight across the inside of the ring from edge to edge.
- Take the measurements in millimeters, then consult our ring-size chart to determine your ring size.
If you still need help, please feel free to contact us.