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Ring Size

BEFORE MEASURING

 

Before taking measurements, please choose the finger on which you intend to wear the ring. Keep in mind that the fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger than those on your non-dominant hand.

 

Please make sure that your finger is at its normal size before measuring. Please keep in mind that cold weather can cause your fingers to shrink, while heat can cause them to swell.

DETERMINING YOUR RING SIZE
  1. To determine your ring size, cut a strip of paper or use a piece of string.

  2. Wrap it tightly around the base of your finger and mark where the two ends meet.

  3. Measure the length between the two marks with a ruler and match it with the size chart below.

  4. Double-check your measurement to ensure accuracy. 

TIPS

  • If you wear a size 8.5 and we only have a 9 available, don't worry. There is little difference between the two sizes. As someone who wears a 8.5, I can attest that a 9 fits me perfectly. Even if you are 0.5 bigger or smaller, it will still fit. 

  • If the size of your knuckle is significantly larger than the base of your finger, take two measurements - one of the base of your finger and one of your knuckle - and choose a size in between.

  • For greater accuracy, please ask a friend to help you figure out your ring size.

  • If necessary, you can have a local jeweler resize the ring or exchange it according to our policy.

  • A helpful tip: Some customers have applied clear nail polish to the inside of their ring to adjust the size if it is too large. Although it may seem unappealing, this method protects the silver and is quite effective. Applying three coats of natural, clear nail polish can reduce the ring size by one whole size.