Ring Sizing

Ensuring the perfect fit for your ring is essential for both comfort and style. Whether you're shopping for an engagement ring, wedding band, or a special piece of jewelry, getting the right size is crucial. Here's a comprehensive guide to help you find your correct ring size, ensuring your jewelry fits flawlessly and comfortably.

What Happens if I Need Ring Resizing?

  1. Contact Us: Submit a request form to inform us that you need your ring resized. A member of our team will then get in touch with you to schedule an appointment with our jeweler.
  2. Ring Handover: If you're local, you can simply bring your ring in for your appointment. The resizing process usually takes about an hour. If you're not local, you'll need to ship your ring to us in advance of your appointment. You can choose to use your own courier service or purchase a shipping label through our store.
  3. Resizing Process: Once we have your ring, we'll resize it during your scheduled appointment, a process that typically takes about an hour.
  4. Collection or Delivery: After we've resized your ring, you can either pick it up from our store or we can ship it back to you.

Which Method is Best for Finding Ring Size?

1. Professional Sizing at a Jeweler:

  • Pros: Highly accurate, uses specialized tools, personalized assistance from a professional.
  • Cons: Requires a visit to a jeweler, may not be convenient for everyone.

2. Using a Ring Sizing Tool:

  • Pros: Convenient, somewhat accurate, easy to use.
  • Cons: Requires purchasing or accessing a ring sizing tool, may not be readily available for everyone.

3. String or Paper Method (DIY):

  • Pros: Can be done at home, requires minimal materials (string, paper, ruler), fairly accurate.
  • Cons: Requires careful measurement and may not be as precise as professional methods.

4. Trial and Error:

  • Pros: Trying on rings in-store to find the perfect fit.
  • Cons: Limited to available sizes in-store, may not always yield the exact fit, especially if sizes are slightly off.

5. Resizing Options: If you find your ring doesn't fit perfectly, resizing is an option.

  • However, not all rings can be resized, especially those with intricate designs or gemstones set 100% around the band.

Average Ring Sizes for Women and Men

Here are approximate average ring sizes for women and men based on common data:

  • Average Women's Ring Size: US size 6-6.5 (Inner circumference: around 16.5-17.0 mm)
  • Average Men's Ring Size: US size 9-10 (Inner circumference: around 19.0-19.8 mm)

It's essential to note that these are just averages, and individual ring sizes may vary significantly. It's always best to measure the specific finger you plan to wear the ring on to ensure the most accurate fit.

General Ring Sizing Tips

  1. Ensure Comfortable Fit: Your ring should fit your finger comfortably, snug enough to stay in place but loose enough to slide over your knuckle comfortably.
  2. Consider Finger Shape: If your knuckle is larger than the base of your finger, measure both places and choose a size in between the two to ensure a comfortable fit.
  3. Measure at the End of the Day: Measure your ring size at the end of the day when your fingers are warm and slightly larger. Finger size can vary throughout the day and with weather changes. Also, note that fingers on your dominant hand may be slightly larger.
  4. Measure Multiple Times for Accuracy: For the most accurate sizing, measure your finger 3 to 4 times using different methods or at different times of the day to ensure consistency and accuracy in your measurements.

What If I Order The Wrong Ring Size? 

We offer a complimentary first ring sizing within the first year of your purchase. If you've missed the one-year mark, don't worry – we're still here to assist you. Simply bring your ring to our store, and we'll assess the sizing price for you. Our team is committed to ensuring your ring fits perfectly and that you're completely satisfied with your purchase.

What Rings Can't Be Resized?

  1. Eternity Bands: Rings with gemstones set all around the band, such as eternity bands, may be challenging to resize without affecting the setting or symmetry of the stones.
  2. Invisible Setting Rings: Rings with invisible settings feature gemstones set closely together without visible metal between them. Resizing such rings can be complicated as altering the band's size may disrupt the delicate balance of the setting or compromise the gemstones' security.
  3. Tension Set Rings: Rings with tension settings, where the gemstone is held in place by pressure between the metal, cannot typically be resized without compromising the structural integrity of the setting.
  4. Rings with Inlay: Rings featuring inlay materials such as gemstones, wood, ceramic, or alternative metals may not be resizable due to the nature of the materials and their bonding with the metal band.
  5. Tungsten, Titanium, or Ceramic Rings: Rings made from tungsten, titanium, ceramic, or other alternative metals are typically not resizable due to their hardness and inability to be manipulated like traditional metals.

Before purchasing a ring, especially if resizing may be necessary in the future, it's essential to consider its design and materials to determine if resizing is feasible. Additionally, consulting with a jeweler can provide valuable insights into whether a particular ring can be resized to fit your finger comfortably.

Ring Sizing Chart

Ring Sizing Chart (US)

Ring Size (US) Inside Diameter (mm) Inside Circumference (mm)
4 14.9 46.7
4.5 15.3 48.0
5 15.7 49.3
5.5 16.1 50.6
6 16.5 51.9
6.5 16.9 53.1
7 17.3 54.4
7.5 17.7 55.7
8 18.1 57.0
8.5 18.5 58.3
9 19.0 59.5
9.5 19.4 60.8
10 19.8 62.1
10.5 20.2 63.4
11 20.6 64.6
11.5 21.0 65.9
12 21.4 67.2
12.5 21.8 68.5
13 22.2 69.7