COMPLIMENTARY RING SIZING †
Finger size may change depending on the weather and the time of the day. We recommend that you measure it towards the middle or end of the day (your fingers may be smaller early morning or when its cold) at a comfortable temperature, when your finger is not swollen.
Measure your finger at least 2 or 3 times to avoid erroneous reading. It’s always best and our recommendation to have your finger size measured by a professional jeweler. Your ring should fit you comfortably, snug enough not to fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.
The following are not the ideal or recommended way to measure your finger, but these may help you figure out your approximate finger size:
GET A FREE RING SIZER
We will send you a free ring sizer and pay just for shipping. You can measure the approximate finger size and keep the tool for any future measuring.
MEASURING AN EXISTING RING
1. Select an existing ring that fits your desired finger.
2. Measure in millimeters (mm) the internal diameter of the ring.
3. Compare the number to the chart to the right to determine the approximate ring size.
|INTERNAL DIAMETER (MM)||RING SIZE|
MEASURING YOUR FINGER
1. Cut a strip of paper and wrap around the base of the finger where your ring would be. The width of the paper strip should be approximately the size of the desired shank size.
2. Making sure that the paper is pulled really snug to your finger, mark the spot where the inside tip of the paper strip meets the wrap.
3. Measure the distance with a ruler in millimeters (mm) and use the chart to determine the approximate finger size.
4. Do it again with other strips to confirm the approximate finger size.
If you need to buy the ring as a surprise, see our tips below: