We want to make sure that your stunning ring fits you perfectly!
We have two options for you to choose from which will help you measure your ring size quickly and easily.
DISCLAIMER: If you choose option 2 & 3, there is a chance that your ring might not be 100% the correct size. Please understand that any size alterations because of incorrect measurements sent to us will be for your own expense. Please understand that we can not be held responsible for your ring size measurements supplied to us and we strongly urge you to pop into any jewellery store for an accurate measurement to avoid disappointment.

For you to measure your perfect size, you can pop into your local jewellery store and have them measure your ring size.
This service is free and would be the preferred way for you to order your specific measurement size ring.
Please bear in mind that not all rings sticks and sizes are calibrated according to an international standard. Think of this similar to your feet – you may be a four at one store, but a five at another. Always remember that we are unique and our bodies are not made using a cookie cutter.

The ring you choose to measure should be similar in width as the one you want to order.
The wider the band on a ring, the tighter it fits, similar to a belt around one’s waist.

Find a ring that you currently wear and that fits the finger that you want to wear your new bling on. Make sure that it fits you well and snug. Get yourself a push pencil or a very fine fineliner. Do not use a normal pen or pencil.

Circle the inside circumference of your ring using your chosen pen or pencil. It’s very important to draw the line as close as you can to the metal of the ring.

Draw a line through the widest part of the circle.

Measure the length of the line in millimetres and include half-millimetre measurements.

Be as accurate as you can – 1 millimetre is three ring sizes! This is the number you will use to check the diameter on the chart below

Use a piece of string or dental floss and wrap it around the base of your finger. Use a pen to mark the point on the string where the end meets – measure the string. Choose the closest millimetre measurement to our chart to find your ring size.

1) *Measure your finger in warm temperatures at the end of the day.
2) *If your knuckle is a lot larger than the base of your finger,measure both the base of your finger and your knuckle and select a size between the two.
3) *When considering a wide band, move up a size from your measurement, for comfort’s sake.