Ring size charts
Find Your Ring Size
Can I size a ring up?
In most cases, yes. If the ring is gold, then a jeweler can stretch it to make it slightly larger. Keep in mind that not all rings can be stretched, and some rings can only be stretched a small amount.
How do I find ring size without the person knowing?
If they wear a ring, admire it and ask if you can try it on and make note of how far down it goes and how loose/tight it is on your finger. You could also ask someone close to them who might know their sizes. Of course, a ring that is gold or silver can always be sized if you bought the wrong size. You could also take a good close up photo of their hand under some excuse or "by accident" as a good jeweler can usually look at a hand and guess pretty accurately at their size. You might also be able to sneak into their jewelry and try on a ring there and remember how it fits one of your fingers and buy one that fits you like that. If they remove a ring, trace around it onto paper when they're not looking.
Are rings measured in millimeters or centimeters?
In the international standard ISO 8653:2016, every ring size has a corresponding inner diameter, measured in millimeters. The tolerances applicable therein are also in units of millimeters.
What should I do if my size is not available?
If your size isn't available, please sign up for our email restock updates on our website. We will notify you when it comes back.
How do I find out my ring size?
You can look at the chart above, or visit your local jewelry store to get your finger measured and figure out your ring size.