Three Stone Wedding Ring Set

Ring Size Guide

Find your perfect fit with our comprehensive ring size guide,
ensuring your jewelry purchase is both comfortable and stylish.

Method 1: Measure An Existing Ring

1. Choose a ring that fits comfortably on the finger you plan to wear your new ring on.

2. Use a ruler or a ring sizer tool to measure the inside diameter of the ring.

3. If you are using a ruler, measure across the widest part of the inside of the ring, from edge to edge.

4. If you are using a ring sizer tool, place the existing ring onto the tool and adjust the sizer until it fits snugly inside the ring.

5. Take note of the measurement in millimeters.

6. Compare your measurement to our ring size chart to find your ring size.

Measure the diameter of the ring
Measure the circumference of the finger

Method 2: Measuring your finger

1. Choose the finger you plan to wear the ring on.

2. Using a flexible measuring tape or a piece of string, wrap it around the base of your finger where the ring will sit.

3. Mark where the string or tape overlaps to form a complete circle.

4. Measure the length from the starting point to the marked point in millimeters.

5. Compare your measurement to our ring size chart to determine your ring size.

Measure the circumference of the finger

Mehtod 3: Printable Ring Sizer

Introducing our Printable Ring Sizer, designed to ensure a perfect fit for your finger. Simply print out our handy tool, follow the instructions, and place your ring on it to accurately determine your desired size. Choose this simple and reliable measuring method to ensure a comfortable and flawless fit.

Print Paper Sizer

Paper Ring Sizer

Ring Size Chart

Finding the right ring size is crucial for a comfortable and secure fit. Our ring size chart offers a simple solution to determine your perfect size. Match your measurement from Method Two to the corresponding size on our chart, and you'll be ready to confidently shop for your new favorite ring.

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Size
(inches)
Diam
(mm)
Ciro
(mm)
17/8 15.27 47.6
1 15/16 15.6 49.3
2 16.0 50.6
2 1/16 16.45 51.9
2 1/8 16.9 53.1
2 3/16 17.3 54.4
2 1/4 17.7 55.7
2 5/16 18.2 57
2 3/8 18.6 58.3
2 7/16 19.0 59.5
2 1/2 19.4 60.8
2 9/16 19.9 62.1
2 5/8 20.2 63.4
2 11/16 20.6 64.6
2 3/4 21.0 65.9
2 13/16 21.4 67.2
2 7/8 21.8 68.5
2 15/16 22.2 69.7
U.S.A
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France Germany Australia
UK&NZ
Japan
4.5 48 15 1/4 I 8
5 49 15 3/4 J 9
5.5 50 16 K 10
6 52 16 1/2 L 12
6.5 53 17 M 13
7 54 17 1/4 N 14
7.5 56 17 3/4 O 15
8 57 18 P 16
8.5 58 18 1/2 Q 17
9 60 19 R 18
9.5 61 19 1/2 S 19
10 62 20 T 20
10.5 63 20 1/4 U 22
11 65 20 3/4 V 23
11.5 66 21 W 24
12 67 21 1/4 X 25
12.5 68 21 3/4 Y 26
13 69 22 Z 27
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Tips & Tricks

The time of the day and also the weather affect the measurement. Because in the early morning or cold weather, fingers are smaller and when the weather is too hot, the fingers are bigger. The evening is the best time to measure your finger size while they are warm.

If you hesitate between two sizes, always go with the larger one.

If your knuckle is larger than the base of your finger, measure both your knuckle and the base of your finger and select a size in between the two.

Please also remember that right hand and left hand are different so the finger sizes are different too.

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Free Ring Resizing for Gold Items

We provide free size modification if the difference is within 1 size and you will need to pay the shipping and insurance of the return and new package. If the difference exceeds 1 size, we will get back to you with a quote for the specific weight change of the material.

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Ring Size FAQs

Are ring size charts accurate?

Ring size charts can be a good guide, but they may not be 100% accurate for everyone. The best way to ensure a proper fit is to get a professional measurement from a jeweler.

How tight should a ring fit?

A ring should fit snugly on your finger, but not too tight that it causes discomfort or restricts circulation. You should be able to slide the ring on and off your finger with some resistance, but it shouldn't be difficult to remove.

Can I resize my ring if it's too big or too small?

Yes, most rings can be resized by a jeweler. However, some styles of rings, such as eternity bands, cannot be resized due to their design. It's important to ensure your ring is properly sized before purchasing to avoid the need for resizing.

What should I do if my ring size falls between two sizes?

If your measurement falls between two sizes, it's generally recommended to size up to ensure a comfortable fit. However, the best course of action may also depend on the style of the ring and the width of the band. A jeweler can help you determine the best size for your specific ring.