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HOW TO MEASURE YOUR RING SIZE

 

Purchasing your first ring is always exciting, but it can also be very tricky. How do you know which ring will fit you, and what of the many possible sizes you should get? In this guide, we will provide you with methods to get the ring size which will help you choose the best fitting ring.

Measure your finger size at a jeweler or with professional tools (Recommended for Best Accuracy!): If you are looking to buy an expensive ring or a ring that you want to make sure will fit right away, the best approach is to seek a professional measurement. Any jeweler around your town should be able to accurately measure your finger size, or you can borrow a professional ring size measuring set to do it yourself.

Measure the diameter of any other ring that fits: If you have an old ring of yours or you can borrow a fitting ring from your friends or family, you can measure the inside diameter of the ring to get your ring size from the reference chart at the bottom of this page. If you know the size that the ring was bought in, even better! If the ring is slightly too tight or too loose, add a size up or size down to the measured ring size.

Do it yourself method using string and ruler: You can also measure your own finger size with fair accuracy following these steps. It's crucial to execute these steps precisely for an accurate measurement, and we advise repeating the measurement several times or seeking assistance from a second person to ensure accuracy.

  1. Take a piece of string (or a strip of paper, or ribbon) long enough to wrap around your finger.
  2. Wrap the string around your finger like a ring. You want the string to be firmly wrapped at no angle, however not too tight. If you have large finger knuckles, then you should also measure your finger knuckle size.
  3. Mark the string to indicate the ends of the circumference for measurement.
  4. Measure the string length between your markings and refer to the chart below.

Converting International Ring Sizes. If you know your finger size in any of the known international ring sizes, please use the following chart to convert the ring sizing. Our store uses USA Ring Sizing for ordering any and all rings, with any made to order 'Handcrafted' rings available in all possible sizes upon request.



HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BRACELET SIZE

Getting a correctly sized bracelet can sometimes be tricky. How do you know which bracelet size will fit you best? In this guide, we will provide you with methods to measure your bracelet size for the best fit of bracelets that close around your wrist.

If you already know your wrist size - for a comfort fit bracelet length, add an extra 2.5 cm or 1" to your wrist size for ordering. When clasped, most bracelets become shorter in circumference compared to their total length due to clasp overlap and bracelet thickness.

Measure your wrist to find your size: You can also measure your own wrist size with fair accuracy following these steps:

  1. Use a measurement tape, or if you do not have one, you can use a long strip of paper, string or ribbon. 
  2. Wrap the measurement tape around your wrist where you will wear your bracelet.
  3. Note the length on the measurement tape, or mark the paper/string/ribbon to indicate the ends of the circumference for measurement against a ruler.
  4. The acquired length is your wrist size. For a comfort fit bracelet, add about 2.5 cm or 1" to your wrist size for ordering.

Measure the length of any other bracelet that fits: If you have an old bracelet of yours or you can borrow a fitting bracelet from your friends or family, you can measure the length of the bracelet to get your size. If the bracelet is slightly too tight or too loose, make adjustments to the needed new bracelet length accordingly.