Finding your ring size can seem hard at first - but we have three methods you can use to easily find your size fast!
Scroll below to see the sizing chart.
The Proper Fit
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably – snug enough so that it won't fall off, and loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance.
Method 1 - Jeweller
We highly recommend to get your ring size measured in your local jewelry store. This is almost always offered free of charge.
Method 2 - Paper strip (video below)
1. Take a strip of paper approx. 5mm wide.
2. Wrap it around the base of your finger making sure it fits snug, but isn’t too tight.
3. Tape the paper where it overlaps to form a circle. Try to put it on and off a few times. Start all over if its not alright.
4. Cut the "paper ring" in half. Measure the total length in millimeter, this is your ring size. If your length is 60mm/6cm, your ring size is also 60. See size chart below.
When taking your finger measurement, make sure you do it a few times over a period of a day or so in order to get an accurate size. Your fingers react to warm and cold environments and have minor changes in size throughout the day.