The most popular metals for rings are gold, rose gold, brass, and sterling silver. It’s always safest to stick to metals you can match with other accessories, but if you rock a more creative look, the skies the limit for mixing and matching. It’s important to remember that these natural metals will tarnish and get dirty over time. Choose a high-quality piece and seek at-home methods for cleaning your jewelry on a regular basis.
The best jewelry artists provide a range of styles so you can choose what you want to present to the world through your accessories. Select a minimalist small ring style as a simple way to add flash to your outfit or commemorate a significant moment in life. On the other end of the spectrum, small rings can make big statements when they present powerful messages or symbols like snakes, swords, and skulls.
To measure your own finger for your ring size, wrap a strip of paper around where the ring will sit. If you have larger knuckles or fingers prone to swelling, it can be smart to err on the side of large. We don’t recommend using a string as it tends to stretch during measurement. Once you have your size, check out our ring size chart to know which small ring size is for you.