How to measure a ring size
Get Sized at a Jeweler: To ensure the most accurate ring size, we recommend you visit your local jeweler for a professional sizing.
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If You are Buying the Ring as a Surprise: Borrow one of your partner's rings and slide it down a tapered candle. Measure the circumference of the candle where the ring stops. Use the chart below to determine the correct ring size.
Dos and Don’ts:
Don't measure cold fingers, as this is when fingers are the smallest. The best time to measure a finger is at the end of the day when the finger is the largest. Take at least two measurements for accuracy.
If you know your knuckle is on the larger side(nuckle is bigger than the base of the finger), let us know on the note to seller on checkout so we can make it slightly bigger, to make it more comfortable.
Do not us printable ring sizer, from our experience it is not accurate as the setting of each printer is slightly different and is not adequate for such accuracy in measurement.
The ring should fit your ring finger comfortably: snug enough so it won’t fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with relative ease.
The ring should fit snugly on your finger. It should slide smoothly when you ease it onto your finger, but it shouldn’t come off easily. That’s what makes a ring properly sized as it minimizes the risk of loss and it won’t put too much pressure on your fingers. Checking your size more than once will help you achieve this.