It’s better to know what size ring you need before you shop so you can buy the perfectly-fitting ring every time.
When it comes of measure your finger remember that: 1. Finger sizes sometimes do not correspond to body size. Finger sizes also are prone to change with temperature, humidity, exercise, what you have been eating, time of day, time of the month, pregnancy and other factors and the right time is at the end of the day when it is not hot or cold.
2. The two hands differ slightly in size, the dominant hand is usually 1/2 size larger than the other one.
3. Make sure that the chosen size leaves enough room for the ring to pass easily along the entire length of the finger. If you are not used to wear a ring, the proper size will probably feel tight at first, so don’t worry.
Remember, rings are hard metal objects that can be measured exactly, but your finger it’s not round and it cannot be measured with the same degree of accuracy as the ring. At the end of the day, the right ring is one that will stay on comfortably.
To measure your finger, you can use the two methods from the document you can download below.
Use a ring that fits you to determine your ring size. Place your ring over the nearest size circle. The inner edge of the ring should align with the outer edge of the circle. If your ring appears to fit between two sizes, buy the larger size.
To create your own ring sizer, print and cut the strip below. Insert the narrow end of the sizer through the “cut here” slot. With numbers on the outside, place the loop around your finger, and pull until the fit is snug but comfortable.
If you are hesitating between two sizes, choose the larger size.
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