Ring Size Guide

Use the guide below to find your ring size easily.

Rings Icon Pink RINGS   |   Necklace Icon Gray NECKLACES

Method #1

Measure an Existing Ring:

❶ Download the Ring Sizer by Jason Withers app from your phone's app store or via the link below:
Android Devices

❷ Activate the app and place on the circle a flat ring that fits you well.

❸ Measure the inner diameter of your ring by adjusting the slider until the blue line of the circle lines up with the inner edges of the ring.

❹ The size shown in the 'US/CA' column below is your ring size.

Method #2

Measure Your Finger:

❶ Cut a strip of paper about 8cm long and 5mm wide and wrap it around the base of the desired finger to determine its circumference.

❷ Using a pen, mark the point where the ends meet, forming a complete circle.

❸ Using a ruler, measure the length of the strip of paper in millimeters from its starting end to the point you marked.

❹ Choose the closest measurement to the chart below to identify your ring size.

46.8 4
48 4.5
49.3 5
50.6 5.5
51.9 6
53.1 6.5
54.4 7
55.7 7.5
57 8
58.3 8.5
59.5 9
60.8 9.5
62.1 10
63.4 10.5
64.6 11
65.9 11.5
67.2 12
68.5 12.5
69.7 13

Ring Sizing Tips

♥ Considering that your finger size changes throughout the day depending on hydration and weather, we recommend measuring your finger at the end of the day. Avoid measuring your fingers when they are cold or wet, as they will be at their smallest.

♥ Your ring should be snug enough not to fall off but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance. If you are hesitating between two sizes, choose the larger size.

♥ We recommend going one size larger than your normal ring size for wide-shank rings, as this ring has a wider band.