How to Find Your Ring Size
Finger rings are best with a snug fit so it stays in place as you go about your day. Please refer to the conversion and measurement chart below to find your ring size. Please note that USA and Indian manufacturers follow this same standard for ring sizes.
Tips & Tricks
- Measure your fingers at the end of the day when they’re at their largest.
- Cold weather can shrink your fingers up to half a size, so make sure they’re warm.
- Lastly, alcohol and salt can make your fingers swell, so refrain from measuring them after cocktails and appetizers.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How can I measure my ring size?
The best way to determine your ring size is to get a tape measure and measuring the circumference of your finger. Adjust the tape measure around your finger accordingly to your comfort. The tape should be snug enough for a secure fit but not constricting.
2. I don't have a tape measure at home. Is there any other way to measure for my ring size?
An alternative way of measuring for ring size is by wrapping a piece of paper or string around your, marking the point where both ends of the paper meet, and measuring the length of the paper towards the mark. Be sure to do this at least three times to validate the size of the piece.
3. Does my ring size have to be exact?
As much as possible, yes. But you can also get one size up to give yourself some breathing room in case of weight gain, swollen joints, or emergency cases.
4. My ring size is in-between. Should I get a size up or down?
We recommend going a size up so you can wear your ring on any occasion. If you feel uncomfortable with how loose ring on your finger, a ring guard is a great way to add temporary extra grip on your ring.
5. How does resizing work?
To increase or decrease the size of a ring, jewelers will cut the ring and remove or add excess metal to achieve the desired size. Large adjustments may be subject to additional costs to compensate for the additional gram of metal needed to adjust the ring.