If you already know your ring size, you can simply check or convert it using the chart below.

If you do not already know your ring size, there are a few ways to measure it so you can get a perfect fitting ring.

The most accurate option is to have it measured in-person by a jewellery professional. I recommend heading to a local jewellery shop and they can guide you.

You can also measure your size at home by following the guide below, although this is not as accurate.

How to measure your ring size:

  1. Cut a strip of paper or non-flexible string or twine and wrap it around your finger. Use a wider strip of paper for thicker/wider rings. Use a thinner strip of paper or string/twine for thinner/narrower rings. Depending on your preferred fit, either tighten or loosen it to your liking. Generally you want it not too tight, not too loose – a snug fit right in between.

  2. Use a marker or pencil to mark where the paper/string meets itself.

  3. Lay out the paper/string on a flat surface and measure the distance between the marks in millimeters using a ruler.

  4. You now have your measurement, and can find your correspondent size in the chart below.

Ring size chart for converting your ring size:

I can make any and all ring sizes, but anything below a US 6 or above US 12 will need to be custom made. Please contact me and I’ll be happy to assist you!