Rings: Two methods I have found reliable for determining size:
1) Using a ring you know fits well, measure the inner diameter in millimeters for an accurate size, round up if needed. To do this, you measure the open space inside the ring across the center, do not include the thickness of the ring wall itself. Apply the measurement to the conversion chart below. We are glad to help assist in this process to ensure the best fit possible.
2) Visit a local professional jeweler or a jewelry counter in your favorite shop to have your finger sized. Most shops will be happy to help and the free consult should only take 5 minutes. It is best to take note of your desired ring’s width before visiting a jeweler as it is key in determining the correct fit for you.
Spinner Rings: Please, do not guess your ring size. Many people find they have to increase a 1/2 size larger with wide band rings. Most spinner rings measure as a wide band. Also, the band cannot be resized once it has been flared, which is why we always verify the size requested and are happy to assist you in choosing the right size for a proper fit.
Sizing can be tricky and if you happen to order the wrong size, fear not, I have a plan to save the day! Contact us promptly and check out our policies for more details.