How to Measure Your Ring Size

To help you find your ring size, our diamond jewelry experts have put together this complete ring size guide including a ring size chart, printable ring sizer, and tips for measuring at home. We've helped over 50,000 couples find an engagement ring and wedding rings that are a perfect fit.


How To Measure Ring Size With String, Paper & Ruler


If you're shopping for someone else, the best way to find his or her ring size is to ask. If you're planning a surprise, get help from friends and family. They can ask without raising any eyebrows. The average ring size available for women ranges from size 3 to size 9. The most commonly purchased women's rings range between size 5 and size 7. Size 6 is the most popular. The average ring size available for men ranges from size 6 to size 13. The most commonly purchased men's rings range between size 8 to 10-½. Size 9 is the most popular. These standard ring sizes can help guide you in the right direction. If you do not see the size you need, contact our experts for help placing a special order. There are also several methods at-home to find your ring size.

 

Measure Your Ring Size With These Steps:

  1. Wrap string or paper around the base of your finger.

  2. Mark the point where the ends meet with a pen.

  3. Measure the string or paper with a ruler (mm).

  4. Pick the closest measurement on the ring size chart to find your ring size.

More Ring Sizing Tips:

  1. The average ring size range is between 5 to 14. If you have no idea about the Ring size, then choose between these ranges.

  2. Our prevailing hands are commonly somewhat bigger — ensure you measure the correct finger on the right hand then the Ring will fit on your finger with a comfortable zone.

  3. Rings with more extensive groups will fit somewhat more tightly. If you intend to gauge one of your accomplice's rings, attempt to quantify one with a comparable width as the ring you need to buy

  4. Ensure the finger is at ordinary internal heat level — fingers can contract or grow when hot or cold.

  5. Your finger's Size in general changes for the day — the best time to gauge your finger is the day's end.

 What Happens When My Ring Is Resized?


To make sure you get the best possible fit, the ring resizing process requires adding or removing small amounts of metal depending on the difference between the size purchased and the new size requested. As a result, your ring may be slightly thicker or thinner after resizing. These tiny changes are often visually imperceptible.

The expert jewelry makers at Rosec Jewels adhere to strict quality standards so your resized ring both sparkles, and fits, beautifully. After the band is resized, each ring gets cleaned and polished before being returned to you.

 

What If I Order The Wrong Ring Size?


Don't let the question of size stress you out. Rosec Jewels provides complimentary resizing for most engagement rings and wedding bands within the manufacturer's recommended sizing range, during the first year. If you need a different ring, we offer a 30-day exchange policy for your convenience.

 

Rings That Can't Be Resized


Some of our ring styles cannot be resized due to their design. In these cases, an icon will appear on the product detail page under the ring size selection.

For example, diamond and gemstone eternity rings with a specific number of gemstones per finger size, milgrain or ornate bands, silver rings, or rings with alternative metals such as Tungsten cannot be resized.


We are happy to exchange your ring for another ring in the correct size within 30 days of purchase. It is important to note that should you opt for an exchange, your new ring may contain fewer or more gemstones, diamonds, or a reduction or increase in precious metal weight, which may cause an increase or decrease in the price.

 

Below are three common and easy ways to measure your ring size at home—using string, a ring size chart, and a ring sizer—so you can get the right piece of jewelry, whether it’s a treat-yourself gift or a wedding ring.


1: Use String or floss to measure your finger


You can measure your ring size using either string or, perhaps a more common item in your home, floss. Take one of these measurement tools and wrap it around the base of your finger, marking where the string or floss first overlaps with a pen. Then, line that up with a ruler and take down its length in millimeters.



2: With The Help Of Exciting Ring

This is a very simple way to know your Partner ring’s size without any problem. Get the Ring and Print out The Perhaps the most straightforward approach to becoming familiar with your accomplice's ring size is to investigate the rings they effectively possess. Contrasting the size of these rings with the printable Ring size diagram will enable you to find the size you have to purchase. On the off chance that conceivable, you may likewise need to consider bringing your accomplice's ring into the closest Authorized Jeweler for further master exhortation.


Do take care that the ring which you are acquiring fits the ring finger – in most Western societies Rings are generally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand.


3: Buy your ring sizer


If you’re worried about one of the above two strategies not guaranteeing accuracy, you can purchase your ring-measurement tool. They don’t tend to be expensive, and there are many options online so, again, you don’t have to leave your house to get this step accomplished.


Important Tips About the Ring Size


Here are numerous factors which will help you to get the perfect size Engagement Ring that you want to buy. Keep in mind that buy a large size's ring, because it will be resizable. Before buying an Engagement Ring, we also suggest that at least 3 to 4 times measure a finger's size to avoid erroneous reading.

 

  1. The average ring size range is between 5 to 14. If you have no idea about the Ring size, then choose between these ranges.

  2. Our prevailing hands are commonly somewhat bigger — ensure you measure the correct finger on the right hand then the Ring will fit on your finger with a comfortable zone.

  3. Rings with more extensive groups will fit somewhat more tightly. If you intend to gauge one of your accomplice's rings, attempt to quantify one with a comparable width as the ring you need to buy

  4. Ensure the finger is at ordinary internal heat level — fingers can contract or grow when hot or cold.

  5. Your finger's Size in general changes for the day — the best time to gauge your finger is the day's end.

 

RING RESIZING

  1. A ring can effectively be extended to a limit of a large portion of a size bigger, and if the necessary size of the ring surpasses this detail extra metal will be bound into the center of the band. This will help safeguard the ring's quality.

  2. To make a ring short the diamond setter will cautiously make a little cut in the focal point of the band evacuating the overabundance of metal until the ring is the ideal size.

We are available here to exchange your ring with the correct size and these processes will be completed within 30 days of purchase. It will happen when you choose the exchange option during the purchasing process.


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