There are many methods to find out your ring size. If you do not already know your ring size Jewelry A to Z want to help.
We provide a printable ring sizer that can help you determine your ring size.
In order to print the ring sizer above, be sure that your printer is set to 100%. Make sure that you have not reduced
the print size in your printer "page setup" area. You can verify that the sizer printed correctly by measuring it with a ruler;
it should measure from A to B: 3 1/2 inches long.
Once you have printed the sizer, follow these directions to find your ring size:
1. Carefully cut along the outline of the sizer. Make a small slit in the left end of the sizer "A".
2. With the numbers facing out, wrap the sizer around the finger where the ring will be worn.
3. Pull the pointed end Tab "B" through Slot "A" until the sizer is snug, making sure to allow size for the knuckle.
4. The number that lines up at the slit "B" represents the ring size The number aligned with Slot "B" is your ring size.
5. If the measure lands between two numbers your size is a half size. Ex: Between 5 and 6 ring size: 5.5.
How to determine your ring size.
The best size is usually the ring that fits snugly and gives a little resistance when you take it off.
Wider rings should be a little looser that narrow rings.
There are two common methods of reading a ring gauge, also called a sizing mandrel or sizing stick.
1. Wrap a piece of string or a strip of paper around your finger.
2. Mark the point where the two ends meet.
3. Measure the string or paper against a ruler to get the circumference of your finger.
4. You can enter that amount in the circumference box or divide it manually by PI (3.1417) to get the diameter of your finger.
5. Look up your ring size using the form above.
Place your ring over the nearest size circle. The inner edge of the ring should align with the outer edge of the circle.
If the ring falls between two sizes buy the larger size.