Ring Sizing Methods
1. Use a Multisizer
2. Real Ring Method
If you have a ring that already fits your finger well, you can use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of this ring (straight across the inside of the ring from edge to edge). Compare this measurement to our conversion chart to find the corresponding ring size OR print our Ring Sizing Guide and match the inside perimeter to one of the rings on the page.
Susan's Note: A wider ring will always fit more snug, particularly if it's the same width all the way around (if it doesn't taper at the bottom underneath your finger). A very wide ring usually adds about a 1/2 size.
3. Paper or String Method
Cut a strip of paper or string 4 inches long. Wrap the paper/string around the base of the finger you want to measure and then mark where the paper meets. This length in millimeters is the circumference of your finger. After determining this measurement, use our conversion chart to find the corresponding ring size.
Susan's Note: This is not an ideal way to determine a finger size, but may give you an approximate starting point. Enlarged knuckles can vastly change/alter/determine a necessary size to ensure proper fit.
Thank you to Ella Stein for sharing their ring sizing methods. (www.ellastein.com)