Ring Sizing Instructions & FAQ

How do I figure out my ring size?

Great question - we thought you’d never ask! Please see below for instructions about how to figure out your ring size.

Ring Size
Measurement in mm (Diameter)
3
14.1mm
3.5
14.5mm
4
14.9mm
4.5
15.3mm
5
15.7mm
5.5
16.1mm
6
16.5mm
6.5
16.9mm
7
17.3mm
7.5
17.7mm
8
18.1mm
8.5
18.5mm
9
19.0mm
9.5
19.4mm
10
19.8mm
10.5
20.2mm
11
20.6mm
11.5
21.0mm
12
21.4mm
12.5
21.8mm
13 22.2mm
13.5
22.6mm

 

How to figure out your ring size?

Measure twice, cut once! Seriously though, measure a couple times for better accuracy. There are a number of ways to accurately find out the size of your right-hand ring finger. Here are the ways we recommend:

  1. Go to a jewelry store (when it is safe to do so outside of lockdown) and ask to be sized. There is no charge for this and it is the most accurate way of measurement, as stores have tools in person to help you with this.
  2. There are several free paper ring sizers online you can print (to scale) and measure with. Please ensure you follow printing instructions for accuracy.
  3. Measure on your own by following the steps below:
    • Cut a strip of paper about 12mm thick (you may want to cut the paper 24mm thick and fold it in half for added strength). Wrap it around the base of your ring finger below the knuckle and mark with a pen the point where the ends overlaps slightly. Make sure to pull the paper tightly to get a more accurate measurement. Cut the piece of paper where you made the mark. 
    • Measure the length of paper in millimeters. Divide the measurement by 3.14 (pi) to obtain the diameter of your finger.
    • Check the ring size chart and match your measurement with a ring size. If your ring diameter is in between two sizes, always choose the larger ring size.
    • Consider using more than one ring sizing method mentioned above for accuracy and to confirm your ring size.

 

Tips to keep in mind when measuring:

  • Temperature is important! Do not measure your finger when your fingers are too cold or too hot. A cold finger will shrink, while a hot finger will expand, which causes inaccuracy in the measurement. Only measure when your finger is at room temperature. Please also make sure to measure the correct hand and ring finger as hands can differ slightly in size based on the dominance of your hand – or maybe that’s just me?! 
  • When two sizes seem to fit, always go with the larger one.
  • Don't use string or floss! When measuring your finger, try not to use string. String stretches, which can result in the wrong size. Try to use a paper strip about 12mm wide.
  • Large knuckles can affect your size, if your knuckle is larger than the base of your finger, measure both the base of your finger and your knuckle and select a size in between the two.
  • If you happen to have a ring that fits your right-hand ring finger, measure the inside diameter (inside of one side to the inside of the other side) and match the measurement in millimeters with the size on the size chart.
  • Your ring should fit your finger comfortably, snug enough so it won't fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle easily.
  • Measure 3 to 4 times for more accuracy.
  • Take note of the measurement used, the chart uses the metric system (millimeters).