Ring Size Guide

While buying a ring for engagement or wedding, for daily use or to gift it to your loved ones, it has always been one of the most memorable purchases of your life. It's essential that you find out the size that will perfectly fit the finger. We totally understand that it must be a big concern. To help you find your ring size, we've made a perfect ring size guide that will guide you through the process and will be extremely helpful for you to find your best ring size.

Check your size through a piece of paper or string:

Probably the simplest approaches to check your ring size is to gauge your finger with a piece of paper or string:

1) Take a piece of paper.

2) Cut it in the form of a strip that will be 3/4 to 4 inches in size.

3) Now wrap the paper around the base of the intended finger, check where the finger overlaps and then mark it accordingly. Measures the circumference of your finger.

4) Now you've your finger measurement, and you can check your corresponding ring size in the chart.

2: Measure through the ring you already have:

1) Find a ring that perfectly fits your finger.

2) Find a ruler to take the measure of the inside diameter of the ring.

3) From one edge to another, but the ruler and measure straight across inside of the ring.

4) Consider the diameter measurement and check your size from the ring size chart.

Resizing to Make the ring bigger

You may have known about jewelers extending a ring's band to make it bigger. In any case, we never recommend this strategy as it will, in general, misshape the state of the ring and weakens the metal and overall shape and structure will be disturbed.

The most widely recognized process to increase the ring size is to add metal to expand the band's circuit. In this process, the jewelers will clip the ring's band (or shank) and add a little piece of metal between the two-slice finishes to extend the ring's size. The closures are bound to this new piece of added metal. At that point, the entire ring is smoothed and cleaned for an ideal and perfect finish. 

Resizing to Make the ring smaller

Essentially, to make your ring more modest, a jeweler will cut the shank of the ring and removed a little piece from the band. After this piece of the band is eliminated, the two closures are then fastened back together. The jeweler will then clean the ring for a smooth and splendid completion


Can a ring be resized?

Depending on your will and the type of metal, rings can typically be resized up to two sizes larger or smaller. Resizing several times decreases its life and weakens the ring's metal, ultimately cause damage to the ring.

 What’s the average ring sizes?

Average Women's Ring Size: Approximately half of women's ring sizes are between 6 and 8 with 7 being the most popular size. Whole sizes are more popular than half sizes, and rings range from a tiny size three up to 11.5.

Average Men's Ring Size: You may expect men's sizes are a little larger with half of the men's ring sizes falling between 9 and 11. The most popular size is Size 10 while on average men's ring sizes ranging from 6 to 16.

 What is a Comfort-Fit Ring?

Comfort-Fit is a ring that is domed in the inside. It has a more modest measurement then the edges of the ring. (the dome is the place where the ring contacts the finger) Comfort-fit wedding band rings are suggested for men since it is simpler to ignore an enormous knuckle when putting on or eliminating the ring. The rings are more comfortable to wear as the edges don't press into the finger.

What is Standard Fit Ring?

Standard Fit is the point at which within the ring it is level and flat. 

What’s the ideal time to measure the size?

A finger is a bit smaller in the morning while at its largest in the evening. So, it is suggested to measure your ring size in the evening. Some physical and environmental factors must be considered as they have a significant impact on your ring size because they keep changing months to months and place to place. Our fingers react to certain temperatures and keep changing its size accordingly. We've to keep in mind that our finger contracts and shrink in cold weather while expands when it is hot outside.