If you don’t already know your ring size, we would be delighted to help by measuring your finger/thumb when you visit our stall at craft fairs and shows. Check out our Events Diary for upcoming dates.
You can also measure your finger at home. Please note that this is a guide only and that having your finger measured by us (or by your local jeweller) is the most accurate way to find out your ring size.
To Measure Your Ring Size
Cut a strip of paper. The paper strip should be approximately 1/2 inch wide and 5 inches long.
Wrap the paper around the finger to be sized. Slide the paper up to the knuckle, as the ring must be sized large enough to able to slip on and off, over the knuckle.
Use a pen to mark the paper where the long end overlaps. This measures the circumference.
Measure the mark from the end of the length of paper with a ruler in millimetres (mm).
Locate your ring size by locating your circumference measurement on the printed chart below. If the measurement falls in between two sizes, it is recommended that you choose the larger size.
The thicker the ring, the tighter the fit, so if you choose a ring with a deep band width, you will likely need to go one size up. The best time of day to measure is in the evening, when your fingers are largest. Avoid measuring when you’re cold, as fingers are at least half a size smaller.