Free Ring Sizing Resources

Request a complimentary* ring sizing tool, plus find other resources for measuring your ring size at home.

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Measuring Ring Size at Home

If you do not have free ring sizer, there are several easy ways to determine a ring size at home:

  • The string method
  • Printable ring sizers
  • Real ring comparison

Our printable Ring Size Reference chart can help you determine your ring size in tandem with one or all of these methods. Set page scaling to 100 in your print settings and use standard 8.5 x 11 paper to print this reference chart.



Ring Tips

How Should a Ring Fit?

A ring should fit comfortably over your knuckle against the base of your finger. Finger size can change slightly throughout the day due to hydration, weather, and other factors, so if you are looking for your optimal ring size, take your ring size at different times.

Ring Tips

Are All Rings Sizeable?

Not all rings are sizeable! This is due to a variety of reasons.

  • Metal types, such as stainless steel and tungsten, are popular choices for men's bands, but they cannot withstand the resizing process, and should be special ordered in the correct size.
  • Certain styles are not sizeable either. Eternity bands, rings with a lot of sidestones, rings in intricate designs, or with a finish on the metal should almost always be special ordered in your size.
  • Most of our estate and last chance rings are only available in a certain size, but it never hurts to ask us if a piece you love can be sized.

Ring Tips

I'm Between Sizes - What Do I Do?

Most ring sizes are estimated using whole and half sizes- but quarter sizes are also available. Our rings are typically available in whole and half sizes, but we are sometimes able to accommodate quarter sizes- just ask!

If you are consistently between sizes, it is generally better to get a larger size rather than a smaller one. A larger size will give you finger plenty of room to stay comfortable if your fingers tend to swell, and it's always easier to size down than up.

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