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For the most accurate measurement, we suggest using a multisizer tool to determine your ring size. These multisizer tools are easy to read and give whole and half-size readings. You can find them on Amazon or can write us to see if we have any in stock.
Your ring size will vary based on the width of the band of the ring you are ordering. The width of the band on the multisizer tool is 5mm. If the ring you are purchasing has a band size considerably smaller than 5mm you will want to take a snug measurement or even size down by 1/4 of a size based on your fit preference. If the ring you are purchasing has a band size considerably larger than 5mm you will want to take the measurement the multisizer gives and add 1/4, 1/2, or even 1 full size depending on how wide the band is. The more metal that sits on your finger, the tighter the ring will feel—this is why you need to size up. If you have any questions on how much to size up, feel free to inquire through the contact form below.
Your “normal” ring size will be what the ring sizer states. If you see a prompt to order 1/2 size larger than your normal ring size, use this size as a reference when ordering.
If you have preferences for a tighter or looser fit, take this into consideration when determining your size. You know your fingers better than anyone else.
Note: Be sure to read the sizer carefully after size 9. Size 9.5 can easily be misread as a size 10 and so on. Count the lines!
As most of you may realize, your finger sizes fluctuate throughout the day. Your fingers will retain fluid while you are resting, so it is best to record your measurement at least 6 hours after waking up. Your fingers may also retain fluid at the end of the day. Again, you know your fingers better than anyone else, size accordingly!
Unless you are a jeweler, we strongly advise against purchasing or using a ring mandrel to measure your rings to get your ring size. Jewelers use specially calibrated ring mandrels that are much different than a hobbyists mandrel. Hobbyists’ mandrels aren’t calibrated and the sizes will never be accurate. Similar to shoe sizing—every brand has its own version of what a size 8 is. Even if you wish to look for a calibrated mandrel, I advise against doing so. Reading measurements on a mandrel should be left to a jeweler who is experienced in this area. Taking ring size measurements on a mandrel is not as cut and dry as it seems; there are many different types of ring mandrels for different styles of rings—it’s not a one size fits all approach.
Using the multisizer tool will give you the most accurate measurement. If you want to double-check your size, you can always stop in to a local jeweler and have them size you as well!
At this time, we don’t resize rings in-house. If you have any questions about how to find a place to resize your ring, please write us!
Jessie does do custom work! You can find more information about the custom design process here.