Find Your Ring Size
One of the most common enquiries, with regards to the jewellery I sell, is about ring sizing. So I've created this nifty little chart to help and offer guidance when figuring out the correct size to order.
Using the Ring Size Chart
Make sure you print the document at 100%, making sure that any page scaling is set to ‘None’ within your printer settings. I've added a scale to the document that when printed at 100% should measure 2inch and 50mm. Check the measurements in the diagram with a ruler to make sure they are correct. Once that's done you can choose any of the methods listed in the document todetermine your ring size.
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably. It should be a snug fit that is not too loose to fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle easily. When measuring your finger to determine your ring size, please bear in mind that finger sizes change depending on certain factors.
Temperature, humidity and excercise can all temporarily alter your finger size. Don’t measure your fingers after showering or being outdoors in cold weather. For the best fit, measure your fingers at normal room temperature, towards the end of the day. If you have prominant finger joints, then please take these into account when taking your measurements. For women, please bear in mind that your menstrual cycle can also affect your finger size slightly or dramatically due to water retention.