Find A Ring Size

Looking to determine what size ring you wear? Shopping for a surprise ring (shh!) for someone else? We're here to help! There are two different methods and some tips to consider when finding a ring size.

METHOD 1

Measure an existing ring

Using an existing ring that already fits you or your gift recipient well, you can use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of this ring. Just use a ruler and measure straight across the inside of the ring from edge to edge. Take the diameter measurement in millimeters, and then use our conversion chart below to find the ring size.
 
size 5: 15.6 mm
size 6: 16.45 mm
size 7: 17.3 mm
size 8: 18.2 mm
size 9: 19 mm

Materials needed: ribbon or a strip of paper and a ruler.

1. Cut a strip or paper or ribbon and wrap it around the finger you want to wear the ring on. Using a pencil or pen, mark where the two pieces meet.

2. Using a ruler, measure the size of the ribbon or paper in millimeters. Use the conversion guide below to find your size. If you are between sizes, size up. If the ring you are wanting to purchase is thicker/wider - such as our band rings - size up as well.  

size 5: 49.3 mm
size 6: 51.8 mm
size 7: 54.4 mm
size 8: 56.9 mm
size 9: 59.5 mm

METHOD 2

Measure your finger

Tips for a perfect fit

Size up for thicker bands

The thicker the band, the tighter the fit. We recommend you go up a size on our chunkier rings.

Size fluxuates

Your fingers swell and contract throughout the day. The best time to measure is later in the day.

Consider your knuckle

Make sure your ring will fit over your knuckle and size up if needed.

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