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Ring Sizing

Discover the Perfect Fit for You

Our comprehensive and user-friendly guide for a hassle-free experience

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Professional Sizing Tips
Using Our Ring Sizer
Sizing and Measurement Chart
Asking/Not Asking Your Loved One

Advice from professionals

When putting on a ring, it should slide on smoothly but be more difficult to remove.

Keep in mind that finger sizes can fluctuate throughout the year, with swelling occurring during warmer seasons and changes due to temperature variations.

When measuring your size during the winter, do so indoors after warming up if you've been outside. It's better to err on the slightly larger side to account for swelling and ease of resizing. Ideally, measure your finger size at different times of the day and in various environments to determine your average comfortable size.

Wider bands tend to fit tighter, so for rings with wider styles, consider going up by 0.25 to 0.5 size.

Keep in mind that some rings cannot be resized due to their specific design elements and stone settings. Consider this when making a purchase.

For the most accurate sizing advice, it is recommended to visit a jeweler who has the expertise to perform precise measurements.

"Engagement rings are traditionally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand"

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Finding your partner’s ring size

We understand that determining your partner's ring size can be a bit of a challenge when you want to keep it a surprise. To help you navigate this delicate task, we're here to offer some guidance on how to go about it smoothly. Here are some suggestions to consider:

Seek Assistance from Family and Friends: One of the most reliable methods is to reach out to your partner's family members or close friends. They may have insider knowledge about their ring size or can subtly gather information for you. You'd be amazed at how often friends are privy to this kind of detail.

Observe Their Existing Jewelry: Pay close attention to the jewelry your partner currently wears, especially any rings worn on the ring finger. If possible, discreetly borrow one of their rings from the ring finger for a short time and take it to a jeweler for sizing. Just be sure to return it before they realize it's missing! Keep in mind that engagement rings are traditionally worn on the fourth finger of the left hand, commonly known as the "ring finger." However, your partner may wear a ring on the fourth finger of the right hand. While finger sizes are usually similar, it's important to note that each finger can have its own unique size.

The "Heart Connection": Share an interesting tidbit from ancient Egyptian beliefs—the notion that there's a vein called the "vena amoris" or "vein of love" that runs directly from the fourth finger of the left hand to the heart. Engage your partner in a conversation about romantic traditions and playfully suggest measuring each other's ring fingers to explore whether there's any truth to this enchanting concept.

Play the Guessing Game: If you're planning a surprise proposal or a special occasion, consider opting for a slightly larger ring size. It's much easier to resize a ring to a smaller size later on, ensuring a perfect fit without arousing suspicion.

Remember, finding the right ring size can be an exciting part of the journey. Embrace the adventure and cherish the process of selecting a meaningful symbol of your love. The effort you put into getting the ring size just right will make the moment even more special when you finally present that beautiful ring to your partner.

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