Ring Sizing

Finding your perfect ring size is key to ensuring your new jewelry feels as good as it looks. Here's everything you need to know to get it right:

  • Temperature plays a role in the size of your fingers; they may expand when warm and shrink when cool. For the most consistent and comfortable fit, measure your finger's circumference at room temperature.

  • Typically, the dominant hand is slightly larger due to increased muscle and bone development. Remember this when you're measuring — if your right hand is dominant, it’s likely to need a larger ring size compared to the left.

  • While the average ring size for women falls around a 6, and for men a 9, there's a wide range to accommodate all finger sizes. It's a good starting point, but individual sizes can vary greatly.

  • Don't forget about the width of the band. Wider bands often require a larger size, so consider going up a half size to ensure your ring fits comfortably, especially if you're choosing a band wider than 4mm.

  • If your knuckle is notably larger than the base of your finger, take two measurements and choose a size in between. This way, your ring will fit over your knuckle but won't be too loose at the base of your finger.

  • For the most precise measurement, measure your finger at the end of the day when it is likely to be largest.

  • It's always a good idea to have your finger sized by a professional jeweler; they can provide the most accurate measurement with specialized tools.

  • Lastly, consider seasonal changes — fingers can be slimmer in the cold winter months and more swollen during the summer heat. Aim for a size that will be comfortable throughout the year.

Remember, the perfect size should slide on with ease and come off with a little resistance. Happy sizing!