Ring Size Guide
Please read through these tips and then go to the ring sizing chart page using the link at the bottom of this page.
Big knuckles can affect your size
If your knuckle is a lot larger than the base of your finger, and you're using the virtual ruler, measure both the base of your finger and your knuckle and select a size in between the two.
Temperature is important
Don't measure when your body temperature is either too cold or too hot. A cold finger shrinks while a hot finger expands causing an inaccurate reading. Only measure when fingers are at room temperature.
When two sizes seem to fit
If you hesitate between two sizes, always go with the larger one.
A wider band needs a bigger size
If you consider purchasing a wide band, move up a size from your measurement, for comfort’s sake.
Don't use strings
When measuring your finger, always refrain from using a string, they tend to stretch, which can result in wrong size. ALWAYS use a paper strip about 1/2 width."
For best results, use a plain band
Extra wide band styles tend to run slightly small. If your borrowed ring has a narrower shaft than the one you wish to purchase, you may wish to order a ring a size larger than the normal size worn. Also, large stone rings may cause the shank to lift up when laid on its side on the display, slightly distorting the size measurements.
Now let's go find your size
Now that you have read through the tips below, please see our Ring Size Chart in order to find your exact ring size for the finger(s) you want to size.