Ring Size

Finger size varies based on various factors throughout everyday. For example, fingers are thinner in early mornings or in cold weather. For this reason we suggest you measure your finger size at the end of the day when your hands are warm and relaxed. We also recommend that you do so at least 3-4 times to ensure that you have an accurate result.

The quickest and easiest method of determining your ring size would be to visit your nearest jewellery store or pop into our offices and have your ring size measured by a professional. If time and convenience does not allow this for you, there are a few other methods which you can make use of.

If you have an existing ring that fits the desired finger comfortably, and you remember the size, then that is the size you should use. If not, then you can use any of the following methods:

1. Measure the diameter of an existing ring, from inner edge to inner edge (mm).
2. Measure the circumference of the desired finger, which would then represent the required inner circumference of the ring.
3. Download and print our Ring Size Chart and place the existing ring over the circles in order to match the inside of the ring to the circle nearest in size. If the ring sits best in-between two sizes, then order the larger size.

In cases where the purchase is either a gift or a surprise engagement, and you would like it to remain a secret from your significant other, we advise that you speak to family and friends who may know their ring size based on previous purchases. If that does not work then we can only advise that you summon your "inner ninja' and stealthily borrow an existing ring which you can compare to our ring size chart in order to find the right size. If this is the route you end up having to take, GOOD LUCK!

Once you have the measurements, you can refer to the chart below.

As we manufacture all rings in-house, any required sizing adjustments can be quickly and easily made.
Our Diamond and Jewellery experts are available at all times to assist you with any queries you may have, so feel free to contact us either by phone or email, and we will be more than happy to help!