This ring sizer works like a belt. Push the end through the buckle to form a ring shape. Put the ring sizer on your finger and adjust to give a comfortable fit, checking that is just slips back over the knuckle.
If the arrow points to a line, that indicates it is a half size.
Thumb – Rings that sit flush to your thumb are the most comfortable and practical e.g. the Soaring Eagle or Double Headed Skull Ring. The knuckle is the widest part, so bear this in mind when measuring. Once you’ve got the ring over the knuckle it’ll be secure.
Index Finger – The knuckle is the widest part, so bear this in mind when measuring. Once you’ve got the ring over the knuckle it’ll be secure. We often suggest increasing your ring size by +1 size which will allow you to bend your finger.
Middle and Ring Fingers – Watch out for the knuckle on the fingers, especially if the finger is narrow at the base. When choosing rings for these fingers, remember that if it comfortably slips over the knuckle, it will be far too big for the base and will more than likely swing around the finger. It’s easier to have it 1/2 a size smaller with a bit of a wriggle on and off, to help the ring fit better at the base.
Pinky finger – These fingers need extra attention because people tend to lose their rings off of these fingers all the time – especially when hands are cold or wet, or going in and out of pockets. The rule is to wear it as tight as comfortably possible and still be able to bend your finger – if it’s too tight, it’s better to loosen it than lose it. Some perfect pinky rings are the Mary Jane, Small Signet with 18ct Gold Skull, Sammi x TGF Rose Signet and Smallest Evil Skull Ring.
It’s always a good idea to refer to the above guide when sizing and of course, contact us with any questions at all.