If you are buying a ring as a gift for a loved one, we recommend buying the “standard size” and returning it for a free resize. We will automatically send you out a ring sizer with your purchase. Simply return the ring to us unworn and we will size it for free!
Here are some guide lines when using the ring sizer to determine the size you require:
Rings that are less chunky and sit more flush to the thumb are best. Eg. The Soaring Eagle Ring or the Double Headed Skull Ring. The knuckle is the widest part, so bare this in mind when measuring.
If you look at your hand, you will see and feel that the index finger tends to have more flesh at the base of it. This means that any ring will fit rather snug. We often suggest increasing your ring size by 1 1/2 sizes than the size you measure yourself at. Eg. If your index measures at a M, order a size N 1/2. This will allow you to bend your finger more comfortably.
Middle and Ring Fingers
Watch out for the knuckle on these fingers, especially if the finger is narrow at the base. When choosing rings for these fingers, remember that if the ring sizer comfortably slips over the knuckle, it will be too big for the base. Rings that are top heavy such as the Sabretooth or the Square Gem Setting should be slightly tighter to avoid slipping side to side.
These fingers need extra attention because people tend to lose rings off this finger especially when hands are cold and wet or slipping in and out of pockets. Rings on the pinky finger should fit as tight as comfortably possible and still be able to bend your finger.
Thick/wide bands or rings that are flush and smooth on the inside (such as our Eye Rings or the Motorhead Ace of Spades) will fit tighter. We recommend to increase the size you measure your finger at by 1.5 sizes for these particular rings.
Bare in mind that in warm weather our fingers tend to expand so rings fit tighter. In colder weather our fingers shrink and rings fit loose. It is best to find a size that is a perfect in between size to accommodate this. Another option is to alternate the finger you wear the ring on.