Properly fitting a ring to your finger is both a science and an art that takes experience to be done properly.
We highly recommend that you come into our store to let a trained professional determine the proper fit for your ring.
There are several factors which can influence the proper size for your ring.
- The width of the ring
- Comfort fit or standard shank
- Underneath gallery design,
- Your knuckle size
- Wear preference
In the event that you cannot come into the store, we have put together a printable chart to help you determine your approximate ring size.
- Make sure your printer is set to 100 percent.
- Do not reduce the print size in your “printer page” setup area.
- You can verify that the ring sizer printed correctly by measuring it with a ruler.
- The sizer should measure 3 1/2 inches long from “A to B”.
- The quarter that is pictured above should be the actual size of a real quarter.
- Cut our the ring sizer.
- Cut a slit for Slot “A”.
- Wrap the sizer around the finger where the ring will be worn. Make sure the numbers are facing out.
- Pull the pointed end Tab “B” through Slot “A” until the sizer is snug. Make sure to allow room for your knuckle.
- The number aligned with Slot “A” is your ring size.
- If the measurement lands between two numbers, your size is a half size.
- EXAMPLE – If your measurement falls between 5 and 6, your ring size is a 5 1/2.
Sizing Tip: Measure your finger at the beginning of the day to avoid incorrect measurements. More sizing mistakes are make by sizing too large rather than too small.