How to determine your ring size
Method A – Measuring finger with paper sizer
1. Carefully cut along the outline of the sizer. Make a small slit in the left end of the sizer.
2. Wrap the sizer around the intended ﬁnger with the numbers facing out.
3. Slide the pointed end of the sizer through the slit.
4. Move the sizer to the largest part of the ﬁnger, this may be the knuckle.
5. Pull tightly. The sizer must ﬁt snugly to produce an accurate size.
6. The number that lines up at the slit represents the ring size for that ﬁnger.
Notes for accurate measurement:
- Avoid measuring cold ﬁngers as this is when ﬁngers are at their smallest.
- Measure your ﬁnger when it is at its largest, at the end of the day.
Method B - Measure current ring
1. Select a ring that properly ﬁts the intended ﬁnger. The “ring ﬁnger” is located between the little ﬁnger and middle ﬁnger. Engagement and wedding rings are traditionally worn on the ring ﬁnger on the left hand in the United States.
2. Place the ring over the circles below, matching the inside edge of the ring to the circle nearest in size.
This measurement refers to the diameter of the ring.
3. If the ring falls between two sizes, order the larger size.