Ring Size Guide

Ring Size Guide

How to find your ring size?

The ring has to be tight enough so that you’ll not lose it but also not too tight. Also depending on the time of the day or the weather can affect your ring size. Indeed, early morning or cold weather, your fingers are usually less bigger compared to more humid hot weather.

If it’s the surprise for your partner, you can try to borrow secretly a ring and then go to a jeweller to find out about the ring size.

Always remember that usually your left and right hand are different sizes. Your hand that you use the most is always bigger than the other hand.

We can understand that it can be tricky to select the right size when you make a purchase online, especially when it is a gift. Please make sure you get in touch with us, we will be able to help you out. 

Please be aware that we don’t do any resizing as these pieces are one of a kind.

We don’t take responsibility for the wrong size chosen. There will be an additional cost if for any reason you require a change of size.

Our process is quite different from other traditional jewellery company, once the gem is set in our design it becomes very tricky to remove the stone from that setting.

You are still unsure about your ring size, please:

  • Get in touch with us and we can organise a ring size measurement

  • Go to your nearest jewellery store to measure your ring sizes

  • 2x DIY*. See explanation below

*DIY Ring Size Guide:

  1. Select an existing ring that fits the desired finger.

  2. Measure the internal diameter of the ring (in mm).

  3. Use the ring size chart below to determine your ring size.

*DIY Measure your finger:

  1. Wrap a strip of paper around your finger where you want to place your ring

  2. Make sure the paper is tight against your finger. The paper should move and go past your knuckle.

  3. Mark where the paper meets and measure the distance with a ruler (mm)

  4. Use the ring size chart below to determine your ring size.


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