Find Your Perfect Fit

How To Measure Your Ring Size

Dive into our easy-to-follow guide with three straightforward methods to accurately measure your ring size, coupled with handy tips and insights into the world of international ring sizing.

Our Ring Size Chart

Whether you're measuring for your own ring size or that of your partner's, make sure to refer to our ring size chart. In instances where you find yourself in between sizes, we recommend opting for the larger size for a more comfortable fit.

Quick Tip: The most common ring sizes for women's ring fingers are sizes 6 and 7.

Measure An Existing Ring

This one is quick and simple! If you already own a ring that fits the intended finger, simply:

1.Measure the inside diameter of the ring in millimetres (see image on the right)

2.Check the ring size chart above in the "Inner Diameter (mm)" column to find the ring size

DIY Measurement at Home

No ring sizer? No problem! A simple DIY approach can give you a precise measurement using just household items:

  1. Take a thin string, dental floss, or strip of paper.
  2. Wrap it around the intended finger and mark where it overlaps.
  3. Measure the length against a ruler in millimeters.
  4. Compare it with our "Finger Circumference (mm)" chart to find your perfect size.

Expert Tips for Measuring Your Ring Size:

  • Ensure your fingers are their natural size for the measurement. In colder climates, fingers may slightly contract, while in hotter climates or following a workout, they tend to expand.
  • Consider a larger size to accommodate large knuckles.
  • Remember, sizes can vary between your left and right hands and may fluctuate with seasons or health conditions.
  • A well-fitting ring should slide on easily but be slightly challenging to remove.