Ring sizing information

How To Measure Ring Size With String, Paper or Ruler

     

      METHOD 1. USE A STRIP OF PAPER (THE MOST RELIABLE METHOD)

      Click THIS link to watch a how to video on YouTube

      You will find another great YouTube video HERE

      To measure the ring size using a strip of paper, you will need the following:

      A strip of paper
      Ruler
      Pen/marker

        How to measure:

        Cut a thin strip of paper about 100 millimeters long.
        Fold the thin strip of paper around the finger at the base and close enough to your knuckle.
        Mark the area where the two ends of the paper strip meet.
        Use the ruler to measure the length in millimeters to give you the circumference.
        Convert the measurement to the appropriate ring size, using the ring size chart below.
        Remember to compare your measurement to the circumference for this method, not the diameter.

          HERE is another great video on another way to use paper to measure or confirm your ring sizing 

          METHOD 2. USE A RING THAT FITS YOU

          To measure the ring size using a ring that fits, you will need the following:

          A ring at home that fits the finger that you will wear your ring on
          Ruler

            How to measure:

            Measure the internal diameter of the ring (that’s the hole inside the ring, excluding the metal).
            Write down this measurement in millimeters, and use the conversion chart below to find your ring size.
            Remember to compare your measurement to the diameter for this method, not the circumference. 
                     
                When choosing your ring size, please follow the USA/CA sizing below

                Tips:

                When the knuckle is bigger than the base of the finger, measure both places and pick a size in between the two.

                The ring should fit your finger comfortably: snug enough so it won't fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with relative ease.

                Measure your ring size at the end of the day when your fingers are warm. Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather, and  your fingers are actually smaller in the early morning and in cold weather.

                Also, keep in mind that Fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger.

                Measure 3 to 4 times for more accuracy.

                You can find an at home ring sizer online for a small fee. Google "plastic online ring sizer" for best results. We do not sell or provide these sorry.

                Lastly, keep in mind that the most accurate way to check your ring sizing is by visiting a jeweller if you are in doubt. 

                Important:

                Our solid gold and majority of our sterling silver designs can be resized, however only by jewellers who carry a laser resizing welder, or can heatproof your inclusion stone. We aren't able to offer ring resizing sorry, however we are more than happy to help guide you or your local jeweller to ensure your ring receives the best of care.

                If your ring arrives home and does not fit, but believe you have ordered correctly, we advise to visit a local jeweller and have your ring sized using only digital calipers. Please take a photo of this measurement and email this to us along with your full name on your order and/or order number if you have it.

                We take no responsibility over incorrect ring sizes, so please keep this in mind when you are taking measurements for your ring sizing above.