Size guide

Ideally, the most accurate way to measure your ring size is to go to a professional jeweler or shop for a ring measuring tool! However, if this is not possible, a simple but accurate way is to find a ring that you have at home that fits you perfectly.

Download the app called Ring Sizer by Jason Withers (Apple) and follow the instructions or simply measure the inner diameter of the ring with a ruler in mm. Find the measurement in the table below to find the right size. For example, inner diameter = 16.2mm, which means you are size S.

Ring Size Chart:

If you don't have a ring handy, another effective method is to use a piece of string/ribbon.

Find a piece of string or ribbon no larger than 1/2 inch (1.4 cm) wide. Wrap it around the joint on the right finger. Use a pen to mark the point on the string/ribbon where it overlaps, forming a complete circle. With a ruler, measure the length from the starting end of the string/ribbon to the pen mark. Use the finger circumference column in the table above to find the best fit. Unfortunately, this method is not the most accurate and we recommend choosing a size smaller than indicated. For example, you measure 65mm = size 10, but you are actually a 9/8.

We hope this helps! Feel free to contact us anytime for help with these methods!