Find Your Ring Size


Printable ring size chart guideFind your perfect ring size with our printable ring size chart.

One of the questions I get asked the most often is “how do I know what my ring size is?”

That’s a tricky thing. Rings aren’t like necklaces or earrings, there is no standard size and it really has to fit well so it doesn’t pinch or fall off and get lost. Each finger on the hand is different and, in fact, ring size will vary between your two hands.

If you come to see me at a market or event, I can definitely measure your fingers and tell you what your ring size is. I make sure to have my finger gauge with me for just such occasions. However, despite all of the possibilities of the internet, I can’t measure your fingers through the computer screen.

When you buy a ring online, you can’t try it on first. If you’re only guessing at your ring size, you may be setting yourself up for disappointment. To make sure your new ring is going to fit you when it arrives, you can go see a local jeweller and have your fingers measured OR you can do it yourself!

“How do I do that?” you might ask…

Luckily, I have a couple of options for you! Aren’t I helpful?

Printable Ring Size Chart

Option one is a handy printable chart in PDF form. Just print it out, follow the instructions and you’re all set.

Printable Ring Size Chart PDF

Sliding Finger Gauge

Don’t have a printer or just want an easier method?

Order the sliding ring size gauge available in my shop. Used correctly, it will give you an accurate finger measurement between US sizes 1 through 17. It even comes with SUPER simple instructions.

Best of all? You can re-use it over and over again so you can size all of your fingers as well as your friends and family.

Plastic sliding ring sizer gauge.

Once you have your ring size all figured out, shop our ring collection!

Related Posts

Join the Inner Circle

Learn how to use jewelry to help you live a better life.
I'll take you through the science of how your brain works and explain why you should be using jewelry as a tool for becoming your best self.