Measuring Your Finger:

Use the Ring Size Conversion Chart below to find your ring size.

To ensure the proper and comfortable fit of your ring make sure to take into account the following considerations:

  1. Make sure the ring sits comfortably on your finger. clear of your knuckle but not too loose as to fall off easily.
  2. To get an accurate measurement. it’s best to measure your finger at different times as your finger size may change throughout the day.
  3. If your measurement falls between sizes. it’s recommended to choose the closest size to your measurement.
  4. In case of a wrong fit. don’t worry! Our exchange policy has got you covered. and we will make sure to find the right fit for you.

FINDING YOUR RING SIZE

Things to consider:

Larger Sizes:
When choosing your ring size, it’s important to keep in mind that larger sizes have a greater tolerance between sizes, meaning there is more room for variation. Additionally, make sure to consider the size of your knuckles when selecting a size.
Note: Measuring the diameter of your finger or using another ring as a reference is not a reliable method. Always factor in the size of your knuckles when choosing a ring size.

Half Sizes:
It’s important to note that not all ring styles will be available in HALF SIZES. If you require a half size, choose the size closest to the measurement you obtained when measuring the circumference of your finger.

Quarter Sizes:
It’s important to note that the difference between quarter sizes is usually very minor, so most rings are not manufactured in these sizes unless custom made. Your finger size can fluctuate frequently due to factors such as temperature, exercise, or after taking a shower. In some individuals, these changes can result in a difference of up to 2 full ring sizes. However, in most cases, a suitable fit can be found within the half and full-size options

Comfort Fit Rings:
Comfort fit rings have a rounded inside profile compared to traditional fit rings (flat profile). which results in less pressure on the finger- hence the term “comfort fit”. This also makes them a great option for men’s wedding bands as they can be removed more easily if required – perfect for the active man or trades person.
Additionally. comfort fit rings may wear a half size smaller.