How to measure your ring size from home
We recently launched our first ever ring-only collection and we’ve had SO much love for it. However, the question we get asked most is: how to figure our your ring size. It’s quite common not to know your size so we are here to help figure it out!
Below we’ve compiled a few ways to measure your ring size from home. The most accurate way is always to ask a professional jeweller to measure your fingers. You can pop into any of our stores for a free ring sizing and try some rings on in person too!
We sell a ring sizer for £0.50 which is super easy to use, comes with instructions and confirms the size.
-For the most accurate reading, measure the finger at the end of the day when the finger is the largest
Make sure the guide is displayed at 100% document size.
5. Use the chart below to find your UK ring size:
*Top tip: the string should be snug but not tight and don’t measure it when you’re cold as your finger width will be about half a size smaller.
You can measure your ring size using a ring you already have and fits you. Print out a true-to-size ring size chart, like this one, and place your ring on the circles until you find the one that matches up with the inside circumference of your ring.
Here are some options to try.
The difference between ring sizes is super small so it means you can usually fit a couple of sizes comfortably. For that reason we skip a size and generally do sizes J, L, N, P, R. If you are in between sizes go up a size if purchasing a chunky band ring and go down a size for a more delicate style as it will feel looser.What if I can’t find my size?
If your size is smaller or bigger than the ones we do get in touch as we might be able to resize some designs for you. All solid gold pieces can be made to order in any size!