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How to Measure Your Ring Size

First thing to know about sizing your finger is: Don't do it yourself! Get a professional jeweler to do it for you. Most any jewelry store will provide this service to you at no cost.

But if you are going to do it yourself, then please please don't use any charts or strips you print off the internet! 

Just buy one of our rings and we will send you a free reusable plastic ring sizer in the mail if you insist on doing it yourself--which is exactly what I would do!

So here are the simple steps to follow:

  • Make sure you use the correct finger on the correct hand. The fingers on our dominant hand are often larger than on the non-dominant hand
  • Put the end of the ring sizer through the “buckle”. Slowly pull it through until you have a large sized ring that you can easily put onto the finger
  • Put the ring sizer over the chosen finger and gently pull it tighter until you have the correct size
  • The correct size should allow the ring sizer to move over the knuckle without too much effort
  • The gauge has longer marker lines and shorter ones, the shorter lines indicate the half size
  • If the gauge on the ring sizer shows a point between two sizes, use the larger one. It is better that a ring is a fraction too big, than too small

And somethings to keep in mind:

  • For a more accurate reading, measure 3 or 4 times at different times of the day and find the average.
  • The ring sizer should be able to slip over the knuckle with relative ease after measurement. If it requires force, then the size is too small. If it falls off without any help at all, it is too large.
  • Our rings cannot be resized! 

If you have any questions or would like a second opinion on the ring sizing readout, just snap a pic and text it to me @ 931-213-4043 or email @

And to give credit, most of this information was collected from the very detailed article found here: