Ring Sizing Guide and Chart

General tips for measuring your finger:

- Best time to measure your finger is towards the end of the day, avoid measuring early in the morning.

- Measure your finger several times as to avoid inaccuracies

- Take care that your left hand fingers may vary in size compared to the same fingers on your right hand.

- Your ring should be able to slide over your knuckle but shouldn't be loose, so it does not move excessively or slip off your finger.

- Wide rings (6mm or wider) fit more snug than thinner rings, so consider ordering a half size larger with these wide bands, please indicate if you have done this in the order notes.

We use US ring sizes on our website but you can easily find the equivalent conversion in the linked chart.

Please click the link below

International Ring Size Chart 

We propose the following 3 options to get the most accurate ring size:

Option 1: Visit your local jeweler

This is probably the best and the most accurate method. Most jewelers will be happy to size your finger (free of charge) Once you obtain the information you will be able to easily choose your size from the ring size drop down menu.

Option 2: Order our ring sizer

Mandrels and sizers may vary internationally, that's why we will be more than happy to send you our very own ring sizer if you have doubts about the size. The sizer is yours to keep. This will cost USD$ 5 + shipping.

Option 3: Measure your existing ring

  1. Find a ring you already own that perfectly fits your desired finger.
  2. Using a metal ruler or measuring tape, measure the inside diameter of your ring in millimeters (mm).
  3. Use our below reference chart to determine the inside diameter in mm to your ring size in US.
*** If you have used option 3, please indicate so in the order notes.

     International Ring Size Chart 

    Note: If your perfect fit falls between two ring sizes, we suggest selecting the larger size.