Ring sizing can be a little tricky when you are buying online. Sometimes it can be difficult to work out which ring size you need. To help you purchase the correct size, I have provided a few suggestions for assessing your ring size.
Ring sizing options:
- You can get your finger sized at most jewellery stores.
- You can purchase ring-measuring tools online for a relatively low cost from online jewellery supply stores or platforms such as eBay. A ring-measuring tool is a reasonable alternative (but not perfect) to visiting a jewellery store in person. However, don’t forget that the width of the band needs to be considered when sizing and purchasing. You should use a standard ring measuring tool if you are purchasing a band under 5mm wide, and a wide band measuring tool if you are purchasing a band over 5mm.
- You can use my Printable Australian Ring Sizer Chart. Like ring-measuring tools, a ring sizer chart is a helpful alternative to visiting a jewellery store in person. Be sure to carefully follow the instructions for using the Chart to get the best results.
Whichever method you decide to use to assess your ring size, you will need to convert to Australian sizing before selecting one of my handmade pieces. And don't forget, if you do purchase a ring and find that it is not the correct size you will usually be covered by my 14-day Return policy (conditions apply).