RING SIZE GUIDE

We understand that obtaining the perfect fit is extremely important. We will work with you to ensure you find the perfect fit for your rings. The instructions below will show you how you can size your fingers up.

 

Please note that this is only a guide and the most accurate way is to head to your nearest jewellery store to get your finger measured.

 

All our rings run true to the standard US SIZE.

We do not recommend any string or paper techniques as the results are highly inaccurate. Ideally, a ring should have some resistance at your knuckle when taking it out. If it passes your knuckles easily, you risk losing your ring.

RING SIZE CHART

Alternatively, you can use a ruler to measure the diameter of the inner edge of your current ring. Refer to our ring size chart.

Please contact us via e-mail to discuss your custom sizing needs.

USEFUL TIPS

 

Keep in mind that environmental and physical factors that should be taken into consideration before you decide on your ring size.

 

TIME OF THE DAY

 

The best time of day to measure your finger size is in the evening. Measure 3 to 4 times for more accuracy. If the ring falls between two sizes, order the larger size up.

 

WEATHER & TEMPERATURE

 

Weather and room temperature are factors that may affect accuracy. Avoid measuring when you are cold as your fingers tend to be half or one size smaller.

 

ACTIVITIES & CONDITIONS

 

Other factors that can cause your fingers to grow are exercising, water retention and weight loss/gain.

 

BAND THICKNESS

 

The thicker the ring, the tighter the fit, so if you choose a ring with a deep bandwidth, you will likely need to go one or half size up. This is apparent in widths 4mm and up.