How to Find Your Ring Size

If you don’t know your ring size, there are a couple of ways for you to find your best match.

If you have access to a printer

1.) Print our Ring Size Chart pdf on standard letter paper that is 8.5 inches by 11 inches (make sure your printer settings are set at 100% scale).

To make sure your ring sizer has been printed to scale, measure the gray section and confirm that it is 3.5 inches from one end to the other.

2.) To find your ring size with the printed ring size chart, cut out the size tool using the guides.

3.) Once cut out, place the last number on the ruler between your thumb and desired finger and wrap the tool around the finger until you see the “Read Size Here” marking match up with your ring size

If you don’t have access to a printer

  1. Cut a strip of paper about 10-12 cm long
  2. Wrap the cut paper tightly around your desired finger
  3. Mark the point where the paper overlaps itself with a marker.
  4. Lay the paper on a flat surface and use a ruler to measure the distance from the end of the paper to the marking you made, in millimeters. (This will give you a measurement of the circumference of your finger)
  5. Using the chart below, convert your measurement into a standard US numeral ring size.  


  • If you are in between two sizes, it is always best to round up rather than down.
  • If you already have rings that fit well, you don’t even have to take a finger measurement or worry about millimeters. Simply use the ring size you have that fits you well and use that as a reference when buying your ring.
  • While all of our rings have standard unisex sizes, the difference between Men's Rings and Women's rings is generally the size of the design and not the actual ring. 


4 14.9 mm
4.5 15.3 mm
5 15.7 mm
5.5 16.1 mm
6 16.5 mm
6.5 16.9 mm 
7 17.3 mm
7.5 17.7 mm
8 18.1 mm
8.5 18.5 mm
9 18.9 mm
9.5 19.4 mm 
10 19.8 mm
10.5 20.2 mm
11 20.6 mm
11.5 21.1 mm
12 21.4 mm
12.5 21.9 mm
13 22.2 mm
13.5 22.8 mm
14 23.0 mm
15 23.8 mm
16 24.6 mm