Ring Sizing Guide

Choosing the perfect wedding band can be a stressful process. Ensuring that you've got the right finger size before ordering will save you both time and money. Great care must be taken when sizing your finger. While there are online sizing charts and cutouts I do not recommend these as they are rough estimates at best. To get an accurate size I recommend going to your local jeweler (ex. Silverworks). They should have a big key chain with sizing rings attached to it.

Things to keep in mind:

1. All our rings are comfort fit. Comfort fit bands are domed on the inside with the tightest point being the center of the ring gradually expanding in size towards the edges.  This also means that a comfort fit ring will fit looser to the finger because it is not flat on the inside.

2. Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather.  We recommend that you measure your finger at the end of the day and when your fingers are warm as fingers are smaller during the morning and when the weather is cold.

3. Ensure light resistance or slight twisting. This is required before you get the ring sizer off your knuckle. This will ensure that the ring will not be loose on you or worse fall off.

4. Measure your finger size at least 3 or 4 times.  This will ensure accuracy and eliminate erroneous reading.