SIZE CHART


HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR RING SIZE?

The best way to determine your finger size is to be measured by a professional.  
Having said that, we have some tips that will help you to accurately determine your ring size on your own.
In order to ensure accuracy, please be sure to follow the instructions below:
  1. Measure the finger you plan on wearing the ring.  Each finger has a different size and the same finger on the left and the right hand measure differently.
  2. It is important to measure when your hands are warm, not cold.  Your fingers are a little more swollen in the heat.  If you measure them when they are cold, your ring will be tight.
  3. Make sure the measurement you choose easily fits over your knuckle.
If it cannot go over your knuckle, you will not be able to get it on.
 
How to find your ring size:
  1. Use either a thin strip of paper, or a piece of string if your looking at a thin ring.
  2. Keep in mind if you are purchasing a wide band and use a thin piece of paper or string, it will not be accurate.
  3. Wrap the string around the base of the finger you choose to wear the ring on. 
  4. With a pen, mark the point on the paper or string where it meets the other end, creating a closed circle on your finger.  
  5. Lay the string flat and measure the length of the paper from start to pen mark.  
  6. Measure the length by using a flat ruler that measures millimeters.  You can use inches as well, but millimeters are more accurate. See chart below to determine the ring size.
 
Inches
MM
Size
1.840
46.8
4
1.890
48
4 1/2
1.940
49.3
5
1.990
50.6
5 1/2
2.041
51.8
6
2.091
53.1
6 1/2
2.141
54.4
7
2.192
55.7
7 1/2
2.242
56.9
8
2.292
58.2
8 1/2
2.342
59.5
9
2.393
60.8
9 1/2
2.443
62.1
10
2.493
63.3
10 1/2
2.543
64.6
11
2.594
65.9
11 1/2
2.644
67.2
12
2.694
68.4
12 1/2
2.744
69.7
13
2.795
71
13 1/2
2.845
72.3
14
2.895
73.5
14 1/2
2.945
74.8
15
2.996
76.1
15 1/2
3.046
77.4
16
3.096
78.6
16 1/2
3.146
79.9
17
3.197
81.2
17 1/2
3.247
82.5
18