To find your ring size, please use an existing ring that fits your or your partner’s finger comfortably and match the inside of that ring with one of the circles in the PDF you can find by clicking here. Upon placing the ring on the right size, you should only see the white circle on the inside diameter. If your ideal fit falls between two sizes, we highly recommend choosing the larger size. When the ring is on your finger, it should be snug enough, so it does not slide off but loose enough that if you apply mild pressure, it should slide over your knuckle. The ring should always feel comfortable on your finger and not squeezed.
Please consider the following pointers before measuring your ring size: 1) Measure your knuckle. If you know your knuckle is on the larger side, you should order a ring half a size bigger than your finger size. In any other case, you might not be able to slide your favorite jewelry into the right place. 2) Ensure accuracy with multiple measurements. We recommend measuring your ring size multiple times. Fingers tend to fluctuate in size, depending on temperature, the time of day, and daily activities.
U.S. ring sizes for adults follow a scale of numbers (and half numbers), ranging from size 3.0 to 13.0. Women’s ring sizes are commonly between sizes 3.0 and 9.0, while men’s ring sizes are usually between 8.0 and 13.0. The most popular ring size for women is 6.0 and for men is 9.5. We recommend getting an exact ring measurement. If you live outside North America, please use our International Ring Size Converter by clicking here.