Your ring will be made especially for you, and so it's important that you take a moment to make sure you select the right size for you or your loved one before ordering.
For the most accurate sizing, I recommend you visit your local jeweller who will be able to size your finger in store. If this isn't possible, you can use the below methods to help you. These should be used as a guide only, as I cannot guarantee the accuracy of your ring sizing.
Please keep in mind that your finger changes size throughout the day, in different seasons and even sometimes based on what you have recently eaten or had to drink. Each finger is different and they even differ between hands!
While I am more than happy to help wherever possible, due to your ring being handmade to order, it is ultimately your responsibility to check sizing. Please take a moment to check your ring sizing as I am unfortunately unable to offer a refund or exchange for incorrect sizes.
Estimating your size based on a ring you already own
Measure the inside diameter of the ring from left to right, not including the thickness of the ring itself. Then compare this measurement against the ring guide chart below to help estimate your size.
Estimating your size without a ring
Take a thin strip of stiff cardboard or paper and wrap it around your finger where your ring will sit. Mark the exact spot where the two ends join. Measure the length of this area and check against the ring guide chart below to help estimate your size.
Ring size chart
All my rings are made in Australian sizes, though I do provide their US equivalent in the drop down menu where you select your size. Further details are below, though please keep in mind these are estimates only.
|Inside Diameter (mm)||Size - UK/AU||Size - US/CA|