We make it easy to order a ring in the correct size. We give you 3 methods to determine your ring size.
Method #1 is below: We think this is a very good method if you are careful.
Methods #2 and #3 are on this page, right after the #1 method. Method #3 is probably the best, but it takes a few days longer.
Please realize that each finger could have a different size, so don't presume that a ring that fits your left ring finger will also fit your right ring finger.
1. Wrap a piece of non stretchy string or a strip of paper around the base of your ring finger. Make sure you can slip it comfortably over your knuckle. You'll get the best reading if your hands are warm 2. Mark the point at which the string or paper meets itself. 3. Use a ruler to measure the length of the string/paper from its tip to the mark you made. A ruler with metric markings (mm) is the most accurate. This is your finger's measurement. The chart below has measurements in 1/32" and mms. A ruler with 1/16" markings will work. ( 1/16" = 2/32" )
4. Using the chart below, match the measurement to your ring size.
Method #2 This method is especially furnished for people who already have a ring
that fits properly, but do not know the size of that ring! 'Click' on the link below....it will cause a small .pdf file to download to your computer. After the download is complete, open the file and print it on a sheet of letter-sized paper (8-1/2" x 11") Make certain you print it at 100%. DO not use a "scale to fit" command when setting up your print commands.
Method #3 is for you to call us at 231 861-2165 or e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send you (free of charge) a plastic ring
sizer sheet or a little plastic 'belt' that fits around your finger. The sheet has holes for every 1/2 size from very small to
very large. Here's a picture of the plastic ring sizer.