Ring Sizing Tips and Methods

TIPS

The most precise way to find your ring size is to have a jeweler do it, however this guide will allow you to do this at home.

Make sure to take your measurement more than once and if possible and using more than one method.

Determine your ring size according to ring design. Wide rings require between a quarter to half a size larger. Wide rings are considered to be bands that are 6mm wide or more. 

Measure the finger you intend to wear the ring on as ring sizes differ between right and left hands. 

Temperature changes can cause fingers to swell. Make sure your hands are not too cold or hot when determining your ring size. 

1.

Measure a ring you already own.

Choose a ring that fits well and is approximately the width of the ring you intend to purchase. 

Check with a ruler that it is well rounded and measure the inner width (inside diameter) at the rings widest point. Convert this measurement to your ring size with the chart on the left. 

2.

Cut out the ring sizer tool to find your size.

Note that the tool should wrap around your finger at its widest point and not at the base of the finger. Please ensure the printer is set to a 100 percent and 'fit to page' is unchecked. Double check scale with a ruler. 

3.

Measure your finger with string. 

Using a piece of string - wrap it around the widest point of your finger and not at the base of it and mark the overlapping ends. 

Check the length of the string from first to second mark, on a mm ruler.

Please note that this method is less accurate for wide rings. 

Bangle Sizing Tips and Methods

TIPS

Distinction: Bangles are closed bracelets made of solid material and not a flexible chain or cord.  A bangle fit should pass through the widest part of your hand and not fall out easily. 

The most precise way to find your bangle size is to have a jeweler do it, however this guide will allow you to do this at home.

Make sure to take your measurement more than once and if possible and using more than one method.

Measure the hand you intend to wear the bangle on it may differ between your right and left hands. 

1.

Measure a bangle you already own.

Place a bangle that fits you well on a flat surface.  

Check the inner diameter from end to end at the largest points of the bangle. Convert this measurement to your bangle size with the chart on the left. 

2.

Cut out the bangle sizing tool to find your size.

Note that the tool should wrap around the widest part of your hand while your thumb is tucked in towards your little finger. Please ensure the printer is set to a 100 percent and 'fit to page' is unchecked. Double check scale with a ruler. 

3.

Measure your hand with string. 

Using a piece of string - wrap it around the widest point of your hand while your thumb is tucked in towards your little finger and mark the overlapping ends. 

Check the length of the string from first to second mark, on a mm ruler.

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