The most accurate way is to have your finger sized at a local jeweler. However you can do it yourself at home by referring the below helpful guides in determining which ring size fit your finger.
- Making a ring sizing tool by cutting a hard paper belt or using a string.
- Wrap it around the knuckle or the widest part of the finger to be sized.
- Once wrapping, make a mark on the paper belt or string.
- Convert the length to a ring size using the following chart.
Measure the exact finger where the ring will be worn. A ring should fit secure enough so that it will never fall off. It should have a loose comfortable fit when sliding it over your knuckle. In case your knuckle is very much bigger than the finger base, we recommend making additional sizing balls to keep the ring in place.
The average ring size for women is size 7 (for US and Canada) or size N½ (for UK and Australia). The average ring size for men is size 10 (for US and Canada) or size T½ (for UK and Australia).
The thicker the ring, the tighter the fit, so if you choose a ring with a deep band width, you will likely need to go one size up.
The best time of day to measure is in the evening, when your fingers are largest. Avoid measuring when you’re cold, as fingers are at least half a size smaller.
What if the ring turns to be wrong fit?
We will send the newly-resizing ring back to you in 2 weeks if this is our mistake. Otherwise we are not responsible for resizing if you have ordered the incorrect ring size. We suggest that you measure the ring size carefully since it is made and customized just for you only.