RING SIZINGIf you are unsure of your ring size it is recommended that you are sized by a local jeweller prior to placing an order. If this is not possible, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and postal address to request a ring sizer be posted for a small fee. Ring sizes are listed using the Australian / UK alphabetical system. Please refer to the below international sizing conversion chart below.
GENERAL SIZING TIPS
When measuring your own finger, always measure the actual finger you are purchasing for. Each finger on each hand will have a different size. To avoid an incorrect measurement refrain from using stretchy materials such as string or paper. If you do use paper, ensure the paper strip is at least 1cm wide.
If you find that your measurement is between sizes, always opt for the larger of the two.
A ring will fit differently at different times of the day and depending on the weather. A ring may feel loose in cold weather and tighter in hot weather due to natural contraction and swelling. It is best to have your finger sized at room temperature or take measurements a few times to ensure an accurate reading / find a median.
For bands wider than 5mm or of a thicker gauge than you are used to wearing, consider choosing a half to full size larger than normal for comfort.
If your knuckles are much larger than the base of your finger, take measurements of both the knuckle and the base of your finger and select a size in between.