How to measure your finger size
The following method will give you an idea of what size to order.
I will then send out one of my FREE sizing kits with rings around that size for you to confirm and be 100% that the ring will fit perfectly.
Print off my Ring Sizing Tool
Wrap the flexible measuring tape around your finger. Wrap the tape close to the knuckle. This is the thickest part of your finger, and your ring will need to slide over it comfortably. After all, taking on and off your ring shouldn’t be painful!
- Don’t wrap the paper too tightly. Aim for a snug but comfortable fit.
- Here’s a fun fact: Even the same fingers on different hands are different sizes. Make sure to use the exact finger that will wear the ring. For a wedding/ engagement ring, you should be sizing your left ring finger, not your right.
- The size of your fingers tends to change throughout the day. For best results, measure at two different times of day.
Record the measurement where the tape overlaps. Record the measurement in millimetres, you can then use my International Ring Sizing Chart, below, to convert it to your size.
- If you're using a printed ring sizer, mark the point where it overlaps directly on the ruler itself.
Compare the measurement to my sizing chart. Now that you’ve got the numbers, it’s time to find your size. You can find my chart at the bottom of this page or on each listing. The chart converts measurements into ring sizes; for instance, 2.34” (59.5mm) would be a size R 1/2 (9 US).
- If your measurement falls between two sizes, go for the smallest size.
- If you’re using a printed ring sizer, check where you marked the overlap to figure out your size.
- If you have any questions, DM me, and I will reply ASAP.