Ring Size Guide
What you’ll need: a thin strip of paper or a piece of string, a pen or marker and a ruler.
- Wrap the strip of paper or string around your finger. Ensure a full, closed loop is formed.
- Adjust the size of the loop to your desired fit, ensuring it sits comfortably. Make sure the loop can still slide over your knuckles.
- When you find your desired fit, use a pen and mark the start and the end of the loop.
- Lay your string or paper on a flat surface and measure the distance between the 2 points. This will be the circumference of your ring.
- Refer to our ring size guide to find your size according to your measurement
Our rings fit true to size. If you are in-between sizes, size down for thin rings and size up for thick rings (above 3mm in width of band) to maintain a comfortable fit.
A well-fitting ring should fit comfortably on your finger without being too tight. When putting it on or taking it off, it should be able to slide over your knuckle with little resistance. It should not create any bulging or cause indent marks. Our rings fit true to size. If you are in-between sizes, size down for thin rings and size up for thick rings (above 3mm in band width) to maintain a comfortable fit.
To check if your ring is not too tight, put it on and push it against the underside side of your finger – there should be a small space between the ring and your finger.