Ring and Bracelet Sizing Guide

RING

How to measure your FINGER or a RING

So you want to surprise someone special with a ring and need to find out the size of their ring without them suspecting it. You can always ask a friend or a relative of the person you are buying for – they may know. You can also secretly measure a ring this special person currently owns. There are other times when you just need or want a ring because you are getting married, or because you found an awesome ring that you fell in love with. Below are some ways to determine the size of a ring.

Due to fluctuations in body temperature and some other factors, finger size may change throughout the day. To make sure you order the correct ring size you should measure your finger a couple of times a day. If your hands are hot or cold, your finger will be larger than normal or smaller than normal accordingly. Medication, water retention, etc. may affect your finger size as well. Your ring size will change depending on the time of the day, and even the time of the year. We recommend you measure your finger a couple of times a day to see if there are any differences. If there are differences, calculate the average.


String method

If you do not know your exact size, follow these steps throughout the day for a couple of days:

  1. Wrap your finger with a string at the base of the finger.
  2. Mark both sides of the string where it overlaps with a pen/marker.
  3. Measure the distance between the dots with a ruler – in millimeters (mm).
  4. If your knuckles are much large than the base of your finger, measure the knuckle as well and calculate the average.
  5. Repeat at least 3-4 times.
  6. Look at the chart to figure out your size.


Paper method - Click Here to download the chart

  1. Download this chart and make sure that it measures 3 1/2 inches from the line A to Line B. (right-click on the image and chose to open the image in the new tab, then print).
  2. Scan QR code to print from your phone.
  3. Cut through line A and insert end B through it.
  4. Tighten it until it is comfortable on your finger.
  5. The number you see on line A is your ring size.


Have a ring – do not know the size method

  1. Place the ring you are measuring on the finger.
  2. Wrap that spot where the ring sits comfortably with a string.
  3. Mark both sides of the string where it overlaps with a pen/marker.
  4. Measure the distance between the dots with a ruler – in millimeters (mm).
  5. Look at the chart to figure out your size


Finger Sizing gauge/sizer

If you do not feel comfortable using the methods described above, you can order a finger sizing gauge/sizer from us, and once you receive it, wear it for a day or two to find out the correct size. The finger sizing gauge cost is refunded to you after you place your wedding band order. The finger sizing gauge will be yours to keep forever, so no guesswork in the future. You can even loan it to someone who needs it.

We want your ring to fit perfectly, therefore we offer one free size exchange within 30 days of your purchase. Refer to the “Exchanges and Returns” page for more info.

All tungsten, High-Tech ceramic, titanium, tantalum, and Damascus rings are comfort fit. Comfort fit refers to the roundness of the inner part of the ring. Due to the shape of the ring, your ring will slide off your finger much easier. Your comfort fit ring should fit tightly over the knuckle but have a little wiggle room around the base of the finger. If it is too loose over the knuckle, it will come off when you wash your hands or when your hands are cold.

BRACELET

How to measure your WRIST

String/ paper method

1. Use a string or a long piece of paper for measuring (magazine page, copy paper, etc.) If you have a soft measuring tape - it’s even easier!

2. Overlap the string, a long piece of paper, or a soft measuring tape over your wrist.

3. Consider the spot where you will wear the bracelet and consider whether you want the bracelet to fit tight, slightly loose, or loose.

4. Move your wrist around while holding the string, long piece of paper, or a soft measuring tape and decide which fit would be most comfortable.

5. Mark the spot that overlaps (both ends of the string or the paper) with a marker or a pen. For the soft tape, hold the measuring tape over the beginning of the tape, and note the number where both parts of the tape meet.

6. Measure the distance between the dots on the paper or the string to obtain the needed size.