Here are two useful options for a DIY ring sizing... 

- PLEASE NOTE: these are rough guides and should not be used to determine actual ring sizes.

Option 1 – Inside Circumference

  • Wrap a piece of string tightly around the bottom knuckle of the finger you wish to wear the ring on. (Remember, the ring has to get over your knuckle)

  • Hold the string in place by bracing it with the surrounding fingers then with a pen mark a line where the string overlaps. (See image above)

  • Unroll the string and measure the distance between the two marks, by gently placing the string next to a ruler.

  • This is your Inside Circumference; use the chart bellow to convert this into your ring size.

Option 2 – Inside Diameter

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  • Find a ring that you already have that fits the finger you wish to wear the new ring on.

  • Place the ring over a ruler and measure the inside diameter of the ring. The diameter is the widest point from one side of the circle to the other. Imagine a line going from one side of the ring to the other passing through the centre of the circle. (See image above)

  • This is your Inside Diameter; use the chart bellow to convert this into your ring size.

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