Ring Sizing Guide

 Using String as a Ring Sizer
Take a piece of string, ribbon, thread, or a thin strip of paper and wrap it around your finger, close to the knuckle.
With a pen, carefully mark the spot where the string overlaps with its end and either hold it up to a ruler that has millimetre measurements, or to the graphic below.
Use the chart to determine your ring size.
How to Find What Ring Size You Need  Using a Ring That You Own
With a ruler and the chart below. 
Use the ruler to measure the diameter of the inside of the ring,
then look up the measurement on the chart to find the corresponding ring size.
Our dominant hands are generally slightly larger make sure you measure the right finger on the correct hand!

    1. Our dominant hands are generally slightly larger.
    Rings with wider bands will fit a bit tighter.
    If you plan to measure one of your partner's rings, try to measure one with a similar width as the ring you want to purchase.
    Make sure the finger is at normal body temperature — fingers can shrink or expand when hot or cold.
    Your fingers tend to change size throughout the day — the best time to measure your finger is the end of the day.
    If your knuckle is bigger, take 2 measurements and choose a size in between — ring needs to fit over knuckle but not be too loose or it will shift around.
    When you don’t know your partner’s ring size, selecting one of the standard ring sizes is your best choice. The average ring size for women is 6 to 6.5, and the average ring size for men is 9 to 10.
    If you are not able to do this, request a ring sizer. We are happy to send you a complementary plastic ring sizer so that you can easily measure your ring size at home. 
    Please email to request.

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