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How to Measure your Ring Size

Any jewelry looks good when it fits the best. Poor fitting rings can be annoying andat times, even hurt to wear and remove. We are here to help you with ring sizing for a smooth purchase. To ensure accuracy in size and finding what is meant for you, all you need to do is follow a few basic guidelines to get a ring of befitting size every time.

Ring measurements are very precise. Carefully follow these instructions to obtain an accurate measurement:

  • Prior to printing, ensure that Page Scaling is set to “None” on your print dialog box. To open the print dialog box, press CTRL+P. 
  • Please ensure you are using standard A4 sized paper (210 mm × 297 mm) for printing. 
  • The ring sizer must be exactly 160 mm long. 


There are two ways to measure your ring size:

Option 1: Measure an Existing Ring

  • Place an existing ring over the circles below until the inside circumference of the ring matches a specific circle.
  • If your ring falls in between two sizes, consider the width of the band. A wider band may require a slightly larger ring size. 


Option 2: Use Ring Sizer to Measure Finger

  • Print and cut out ring sizer below. Cut small slit that is marked with an arrow. 
  • Place ring sizer comfortably around your finger by slipping pointed endthrough the slit, numbers facing out. 
  • Secure the ring sizer by pulling the pointed end snugly around your finger.Be sure that it is not too tight or too loose. 
  • Your approximate ring size should be the number that appears where it says ‘Read Size Here.’ 




TIPS AND INFORMATION:

  • All sizes listed here are standard U.S. and U.K. sizes.
  • The size of your fingers keeps changing throughout the day according to the temperatures. Hence, measure your finger size at the end of the day and when they are warm (Fingers are smaller early in the morning and when they are cold). 
  • The right and left hands have varying sizes, so size the exact fingerthat you would need the ring for. 
  • Rings with a thicker band are always tighter than the ones with a thinner band.Ideally, one should move up one size than usual for a ring with a thick band, for comfort. 
  • Always go in for a snug fit for the ring. The ring should be tight enoughto not fall off your finger but also lose enough to slide smoothly over your knuckles while wearing and removing. 
  • The easiest way to determine your ring size is by taking your ring from the correctfinger to a local jeweler and asking him the size. This also works well whenyou need to find the ring size to gift a ring to a special someone. 

 

If you face any confusion or need your queries to be addressed, reach out to us at +1 212-297-6195 Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:30PM (EST) or email contact@traditionandbeyond.com and we’d be happy to guide you through your purchases.

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