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With the right tools and knowledge finding your ring size at home doesn’t have to be intimidating or difficult. 

You will need:

  • A strip of paper, ribbon, or some other non-stretchable item to wrap around your finger
  • A pencil, pen or marker that can mark on your non-stretchable item
  • A millimeter ruler or digital calipers
  • Our ring conversion chart

 

You’ll need to determine whether to measure your knuckle or the base of your finger. If it’s easy to see that your knuckle is wider than the base of your finger, you should measure for a tight fit around your knuckle. Otherwise, if in doubt, measure both and use the larger size.

If you are measuring below your knuckle:

  • Wrap your non-stretchable item snugly, but not too tight,  around your finger just under your knuckle. Mark where it overlaps. 
  • Take your measurement item and lay it on a flat surface. Be very careful that it does not have any stretch to it as even a small stretch can throw off your measurements
  • Measure the length in millimeters and find the closest size, without going under, on our conversion chart under ‘circumference’. 

 

If you are measuring your knuckle:

  • Wrap your non-stretchable item firmly around your knuckle. Mark where it overlaps. 
  • Take your measurement item and lay it on a flat surface. Be very careful that it does not have any stretch to it as even a small stretch can throw off your measurements
  • Measure the length in either millimeters or inches, and find the closest size, without going under, on our conversion chart under ‘circumference’. 

 

Best Practice: Try this over a few days and at different times. Fingers can swell and change based on many factors and finding your average size can ensure a more comfortable fit. If you have any questions, reach out to us, we’d be happy to help!