Chunkier band rings tend to fit a little differently, so do these separately.
Use a ruler
Not a method to get an *exact* measurement, sure, but this will give you enough information to be confident in choosing your size when shopping with us.
Measure across the INSIDE of the band from one side to the other. Don't include the width of the band - you only want the INNER DIAMETER.
Ring Sizing Mandrel
Not everyone has one of these, we get it. If you're big into jewellery, these are a worthy investment though!
If you have access to a ring sizing mandrel, place the ring on the mandrel and gently push it down to determine the size. Ensure that the ring fits snugly over the mandrel without being too tight or loose.
If you've got access to a printer, download our printable ring sizer and print it off at 100% (not to fit) on an A4 sheet. Place your ring on the circles in turn until you find the closest fit. The circle should sit inside the ring just touching the edge.
We're obsessed with this ring sizing app by Jason Withers. Download it here (or search Ring Sizer in the App store) and place your ring on the circle/grid. Use the scroller to match up the circle to the inside of your ring and read off your size. It even includes a USA / UK / EU conversion chart!
While these methods can give you a rough estimate of your ring size, keep in mind that there is still margin for error and they may not be as accurate as professional sizing. If you're ever unsure or need a precise fit, it's always recommended to visit a jeweller in person who can provide assistance.