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Sizer Guide

There are a few methods to determine your ring size, but before diving in, here are some essential tips to ensure accuracy:

  1. Specific Finger Measurement: Not all fingers are of the same size. Make sure you measure the specific finger on which you intend to wear the ring.

  2. Body Temperature: Our fingers can swell when it's warm or after physical activity. Therefore, it's best to measure when your body is relaxed.

  3. Multiple Measurements: For precision, measure your finger a few times. If you notice discrepancies in the results, feel free to reach out, and I'd be glad to assist.

  4. Global Measurements: Each country has its way of indicating sizes. It's best to note down the diameter or circumference you've measured in millimeters.

Measuring Finger Circumference

1. Use a sturdy, non-stretchy thread, preferably thick cotton.

2. Wrap the thread around your finger.

3. The thread should rest against your skin without squeezing your finger.

     If your finger's knuckle is significantly larger,

     measure slightly below the knuckle.

4. Cut the thread at the point where one end overlaps the other using               sharp scissors.

     If it's challenging to cut alone, mark the overlap with a marker or ask a         friend for help.

5. Measure the thread's length with a ruler,

     and consult the size chart at the end of this page

     to determine your size.


"Measuring Ring Diameter

If you have a ring that fits comfortably on the intended finger, you can determine its size using this method.

For this, I recommend an app called RING SIZER to my clients.

I've provided links for downloading the app below, but first, here are some important tips for a successful measurement:

  1. The ring you measure should have no protruding settings or stones. Essentially, the entire circumference of the ring should rest completely flat against the phone screen.

  2. The width of the ring should be no more than 4-5 mm. Wider rings generally fit larger, and if you measure a wide ring, the result might be too big for a narrower one.

  3. The circle you use to measure the ring should snugly fit the ring's inner diameter. If your ring is very thick or thin, make sure you're measuring the internal size.

Download the app for Android devices

Download the app for iPhone devices

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