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Finding Your Ring Size

So you've found your perfect ring and all that's left to choose is its size. We always recommend paying a visit to your local jeweler and getting sized in person. Many of our rings are easily resized, but some cannot (for instance, most rings with patterns and gemstones that go all the way around the band). Determining your ring size can be a tricky process, but we're here to provide assistance with that!

The following are tips for measuring ring size:

 

I) Measuring Your Finger

It's important that your ring fits you comfortably. Your ring should be loose enough to slide over your knuckles and snug enough to not fall off. It's best to measure your fingers at the end of the day because in the morning, your fingers are smaller. Also, cold fingers decrease in size and warmer fingers expand. Size multiple times, multiple different days.

You may use the "Ribbon Method". 

  1. Wrap it snugly around the intended finger and mark the spot where the material meets.
  2. Measure the distance using a ruler (in mm).
  3. Compare distance to our measuring chart.

 

II) How to Use the Printable Ring Sizer

  1. View our printable Ring Sizer here.
  2. Click the print icon on the page.
  3. Make sure that the scale is set to 100% in your print dialog box.
  4. Follow the directions on the Ring Sizer page.

 

III) Tips for Measuring Your Finger

  • When Two Sizes Seem to Fit: When you're having trouble deciding between two sizes, always select the larger one. 
  • Don't Measure with Strings: Strings are an inaccurate method of measuring ring size because they tend to stretch, which results in wrong size.
  • Big Knuckles : If your knuckles are a lot larger than the base of your finger, consider going up half a size.
  • Wider Bands: If you are purchasing a wide band, you will find it more comfortable if you move up half a size from your measurement.

 

IV) Tips for Finding Ring Size for Someone Else

  • Ask the recipient's friends and family if they know her ring size.
  • See if you can borrow one of the recipient's existing rings for the intended finger. 
  • Use a measuring tape to find the circumference of the inside of the ring and compare it to the ring chart.


Women's rings in the U.S. typically range from size 3 to 9. The most commonly purchased sizes are 5, 6, and 7 with 6 being the most popular size ordered. 

Ring Sizing Chart:

CIRCUMFERENCE

 MM     |     INCHES

DIAMETER (MM)

RING SIZE

US

44.2    |    1.70 14.1 3
44.8    |    1.76 14.3 3.25
45.5    |    1.80 14.5 3.5
46.1    |    1.82 14.7 3.75
46.8    |    1.84 14.9 4
47.4    |    1.87 15.1 4.25
48.0    |    1.90 15.3 4.5
48.7    |    1.92 15.5 4.75
49.3    |    1.94 15.7 5
50.0    |    1.97 15.9 5.25
50.6    |    2.00 16.1 5.5
51.2    |    2.02 16.3 5.75
51.9    |    2.04 16.5 6
52.5    |    2.10 16.7 6.25
53.1    |    2.10 16.9 6.5
53.8    |    2.12 17.1 6.75
54.4    |    2.14 17.3 7
55.1    |    2.20 17.5 7.25
55.7    |    2.20 17.7 7.5
56.3    |    2.22 17.9 7.75
57.0    |    2.24 18.1 8
57.6    |    2.30 18.3 8.25
58.3    |    2.30 18.5 8.5
58.9    |    2.32 18.8 8.75
59.5    |    2.34 19 9
60.2    |    2.40 19.2 9.25
60.8    |    2.40 19.4 9.5
61.4    |    2.42 19.6 9.75
62.1    |    2.44 19.8 10
62.7    |    2.50 20 10.25
63.4    |    2.50 20.2 10.5
64.0    |    2.52 20.4 10.75
64.6    |    2.54 20.6 11

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