Determine Ring Size

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If you are uncertain of your current Ring Size, the following guide will assist you. Even if you think you know your size from a previous purchase a year or two ago, it is still a good idea to double check.

We have been told from past Customers these guidelines were helpful but when in doubt, you should consult a local jeweler. It is also our understanding that many printable type measurement tools available on the web have NOT been so helpful therefore we do not recommend the use of these in determining your Ring Size.

Some Considerations in Determining Ring Size

If you fall in between on size always go slightly larger. Wider shanks require slightly larger sizing. Also, consider if you are prone to swelling.

  1. Cut a strip of paper no wider than 1/4" (or 6 MM) unless you are considering a wide shank ring.
  2. Wrap the paper snugly (as you want the ring to fit) around your finger and mark the paper where it meets.
  3. Measure the marked length of paper and compare it to the chart at the right.
Note: If your knuckle is significantly larger than the base of your finger (i.e. previous broken finger, arthritis) you should measure the knuckle as described above and pick a size somewhere in between the two. 
If the Measurement is: The Ring Size is:
 1 13/16 inches  Size 4
 1 15/16 inches  Size 5
 2 1/16 inches  Size 6
 2 1/8 inches  Size 7
 2 1/4 inches  Size 8
 2 5/16 inches  Size 9
 2 7/16 inches  Size 10
 2 9/16 inches  Size 11
 2 5/8 inches  Size 12
 2 3/4 inches  Size 13
 2 7/8 inches  Size 14


Disclosure: Our Guidelines are provided as an informational resource only. All References are in US Sizing. Although we have heard from many Customers that they have been helpful, we are confident they are not absolute for everyone and every situation... When in doubt, see your local jeweler!

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