Ring Size Guidelines


 The correct ring size is important to ensure a perfect fit whether you are shopping for yourself or a present for someone else. You can either use a good-fitting ring and take it to a jeweller to measure on the ring mandrel or  by  measuring the finger in question.


IF MEASURING AT HOME: *Please note this is not the most accurate way, but sometimes is the only way if its a surprise, or you cant get to a jeweller.

Measure as follows:

  1. Using a piece of string or strip of paper (no wider than 1/4 inch), wrap it around your
  2. Mark the point where the two ends meet - this gives you the circumference of your Measure this against a ruler in either inches or mm. You now have the circumference of your finger.
  3. Divide the circumference by 14 to get the diameter of your finger.
  4. Use the diameter measurement to get your finger size using the International Ring Size Conversion chart. 


Tips for Measuring Ring Finger Size: 

  1. Temperature, humidity, and exercise can affect your finger Best to measure finger at room temperature, at the end of the day (when finger is largest).

Do not measure after a hot shower, time outdoors in winter, or immediately  after exercising.

  1. Advisable that women do not measure during their menstrual cycle. Due to water retention, finger may be larger and could result in a loose
  2. Measure around widest part of For e.g. if finger joints are prominent.
  3. For a more accurate measurement, visit a jeweler to get your finger sized.