Here's a neat little trick to measure your ring size. And if you can "borrow" a friend's ring for a few minutes, you can also find out their ring size for gifting.
1. Simply use a ruler or measuring tape to measure the diameter of the inside of the ring shank in millimetres.
Note that I'm measuring the space between the inner edges of the shank.
Alternatively, use can a tape measure to measure the circumference of your finger, where your ring would sit, making sure the loop you make with the measuring tape easily slips over your knuckle. I personally find this one a little trickier.
2. Check your measurements against the ring size chart below.
What if I really have to wing it?
If you are really struggling to figure out your ring size or your friend's ring size, it's good to keep in mind that the most common ring/engagement/third finger size is a US size 6 for women and US size 10 for men.
When shopping for female friends, I consider US ring sizes 6 to 7 to be the safest bets, as they fit most of my friends on either the middle or ring finger. As for me personally, I generally find that the whole spectrum of ring sizes ranging from US size 6 up to US size 8 can quite safely fit the three fingers between my pinky finger and thumb.
We are not able to offer ring resizing at this time, but we do have a 14-day returns and exchanges policy, just in case your ring isn't a perfect fit. We carry a limited number of each piece, so not all ring sizes may be available. If you can't find your size in a particular ring, contact us and we would be happy to try and help.