Ring Size Guide

All rings are custom made in the size you order. An accurate ring size is necessary for the most comfortable fit. 

Women’s rings typically range from size 3 to 9.  The most common women’s ring sizes range from size 5 to 7. Size 6 is the most popular ring size.  

Men’s rings typically range from size 8 to 14. The most common men’s ring sizes range from size 8 to 10-½. Size 9 is the most popular size.

Rings with plain bands can be resized up or down if you need some adjustment, but rings with diamonds in the band can only be resized a small amount, typically only a half size to 3/4 of a size in either direction, so its very important to order the ring in the correct size.  

Eternity bands are not resizeable. 

Please do not estimate. If you don’t know what ring size to order, please select the “Send Ring Sizer” option when going through checkout.   A ring sizer will be mailed to you, so that you can verify the size before work begins on your ring.  Please do not use printable forms from the internet as these are not accurate.

For rings smaller than a size 4 or larger than a size 9, please contact us for pricing. These sizes are available by special order.

If you are outside of the United States, please use the chart below to convert your size to the United States equivalent.   If you have any questions, please Contact Us.

 How to Measure your Ring Size using the Ring Sizer

Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.

Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather. For best results, measure your finger size at the end of the day and when your fingers are warm. (Fingers are smaller in the early morning and when cold.)

Each ring sizer band has several numbers on it. One side has numbers such as 15.7. This is the millimeter measurement. The other side has numbers like 6 and 6-.   This is the ring size that you should use to order. If there is a dash after the number, then that is the half size. For example, 6- equals 6.5.

Measure finger size three to four times to eliminate any errors. If you feel you are in between sizes, we also make ¼ sizes. For example, if a 6.00 feels a little small, but a 6.50 feels a little large, then order a 6.25.