Your ring should fit comfortably. It should go on easily, but be loose enough to slide back over your knuckle with some resistance. Finger size changes throughout the day, and is also affected by weather and bodily changes, such as water retention. It's best to measure your finger size at the end of the day, and when it's room temperature. Fingers shrink when it's very cold and swell when the temperature is hot. Measure you finger several times, throughout the day, to be sure.
If you seem to be in between two sizes, choose the larger one.
The size of your knuckles affects your ring size. If you have large knuckles, measure both the base and the knuckle, and choose the size in between the two.
If you are purchasing one of our wide bands, you will need to order one size up. For instance, if you normally wear a size 7 in a narrow band, you will need to order a size 8 in our widest band.
Square rings are quite comfortable. The corners are rounded, and there is no sensation of discomfort from the corners. When purchasing a square ring, follow the same rules as for a round ring. We find that square rings do not make good midi rings, as a midi ring needs to hug the finger, making contact all around. A square ring does not necessarily making contact with the finger in the corners, and slips off more easily.
If possible, borrow a ring from the giftee, making sure it's meant to be worn on the intended finger, and use our Standard Ring Size Chart below. It's recommended to use a plain band for this measurement. Many of our rings are electroplated, and cannot be resized, so make sure you can purchase a whole size with those, and not a half size. Rings made from sterling silver or precious metal, with no stones or all around patterns, may be resized for a nominal fee.
If you want to measure the size of a ring you own, use this chart here. You will need a ruler with millimeters. We cannot guarantee that measuring your ring size using this chart will be accurate. We recommend getting sized by a local jeweler.
Measure the circumference (distance around) of your finger with something flexible, such as a strip of paper, and a ruler with millimetre markings. Or, measure the diameter (distance across) in millimetres of a ring you currently wear. Find the nearest measurement on the chart below. Measure 3 to 4 times to help ensure an accurate reading, and make sure the ring you measure fits comfortably over your finger’s joint and rests snugly at the bottom of your finger.
Contact us for help when ordering a ring at email@example.com. If you are interested in a specific ring, include the the name, and any size information you may already have.
We cannot be held responsible for ring sizing, size conversions or actual fit. Rings may be exchanged for a different size. Customers are responsible for all shipping charges.