Ring size charts

Find Your Ring Size

Not sure what your ring size is? Don't guess - find out how to accurately measure your ring size with this easy to follow the chart.
Find and print a ring sizing chart. Find a ring you own that fits the finger you’re trying to size. Place your ring over the circles on the chart. To print the chart just right click on it and print it.

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.