Do you know your ring size?
While nothing can replace going to a jeweler and getting sized in person (that’s what we recommend!), here’s a guide with several options to help you find your size before you make a purchase.
OPTION #1: MEASURING A RING YOU ALREADY HAVE
OPTION #2: MEASURING YOUR FINGER
OPTION #3: PRINT OUR RING SIZER
Want to be extra sure? We've got you covered!
Print our ring sizer and make sure that page scaling is set to “NONE” in your printer settings area.
Use a letter size paper (8,5” * 11”), cut it and you´re all set.
INTERNATIONAL RING SIZES
If you are out of the USA, follow the chart below to convert your size to US size.
It converts not only ring sizes but also diameter size, and it shows you International Ring Sizes in Australia, UK, Asia, and Switzerland.
SOME TIPS & TRICKS
- Your fingers change size! Measure your fingers later on in the day, when they’re warm and at their largest. That being said, don’t measure your fingers on a very hot day after a weekend of drinking alcohol and eating salty foods - you don’t want your fingers super swollen. A standard end-of-day weekday where you’ve had a moderate amount to eat /drink is best.
- If you have big knuckles, measure your finger, then measure your knuckle, and then choose a ring size in between them.
- Your dominant hand is usually 1/2 size larger than your other hand, so which hand you measure matters!
- Once you've figured out the ring size of each of your fingers, make a note of it in your phone, or write the size on each of your fingers and take a photo of your hand. This way you'll never forget your ring sizes!
Getting sized in person, or ordering a ring sizer online is always the safest bet!