Ring size guide

Ring sizing can vary depending on the country and brand, but generally, ring sizes are measured in whole numbers and half sizes using a ring sizer or a measuring tape. To determine your ring size, you can do the following:

  1. Measure an existing ring: Take a ring that fits the finger you want to buy a ring for and measure the inside diameter. Compare that measurement to a ring size chart to determine the size.

  2. Use a string or paper: Wrap a string or a strip of paper around the finger you want to buy a ring for and mark the point where the ends meet. Measure the length of the string or paper and compare it to a ring size chart.

  3. Printable ring sizer: You can find printable ring sizers online, print it, and then cut it out to size your ring.

  4. Visit a jeweler: A professional jeweler can measure your finger and help you find the correct size.

It's important to note that fingers can change size throughout the day and during different seasons, so it's best to measure your finger at the end of the day when it's the largest. Also, keep in mind that wider bands will fit tighter than thin bands.