Ring Sizing

 Ring Sizing


While we try and urge customers to go and have their finger sized at a local jeweler or jewelry store, there is a home method for measuring ring size.

     - Using a string or rigid piece of paper, you can make a ring sizing tool.

     - Proceed to wrap this around either your knuckle or the widest part of your finger for accurate sizing.

     - After it is wrapped around the finger, make sure to mark the paper or string.

     - Referring to the chart below, you can then convert this to an appropriate ring size.

Some things to keep in mind:

Make sure to measure the finger that the ring will actually be worn on. You are looking for a fit that is tight enough not to fall off, but also loose enough to ensure comfort, especially as it slides over the knuckle. If your knuckle is particularly large in relation to the rest of the finger, we do suggest that you have additional sizing balls to help ensure adequate fit.

Typically, for the average woman, ring size is right around 7 (for US and Canada) or N½ (for UK and Australia). In men, we find that the average size tends to be right around 10 (for US and Canada) or T½ (for UK and Australia).

Also keep in mind that with thicker bands, the fit will be a bit tighter and thus you may want to go a size up.

We suggest you measure your finger in the evening when the fingers tend to be largest. If you are cold, this means that the finger will be smaller than it generally is by at least half a size.

J Ring Size Chart


What if the ring turns to be a wrong fit?

We will send the newly-resized ring back to you within 2 weeks if this is our mistake. Otherwise we are not responsible for resizing if you have ordered the incorrect ring size.  We suggest that you measure the ring size carefully since it is made and customized just for you