Ring Size Information | How to measure your finger | Jewelry Tips

How to determine your Ring size

Select a ring you own and that fits best for the intended finger (if you are ordering/gifting a ring for your spouse or partner, discreetly find one of her or his rings and proceed to measurement)

Use a cms-inch ruler or a soft tape (see pictures)


Measure the inside diameter for the ring and note the exact millimeters, placing the ring over or below the ruler or flat soft tape


    The wedding band on the left shows 21 millimeters diameter, that correspond to a Ring size of 11.5  

    The band on the right shows 17.5 millimeters diameter, that corresponds to a Ring size between 7 & 7.5. In that case we will advise to make the ring at 7 1/4 


    US Ring Sizes - millimeters Sizes 


    * When the millimeters size is between two of these ring sizes references, mention the exact millimeters and we can manufacture at ¼ plus or minus.

    For example: if the ring you measured shows 17.5 mm, we will manufacture or size the ring at a 7 ¼ . If the ring you measured shows 17.1 mm, we will manufacture or size the ring at 6 ¾

    Women’s rings are commonly between sizes 3 and 9, while men’s rings are usually sized between 8 and 14. Those units match up to your finger’s width in millimeters. A ring size 3 fits a ring finger (or any finger) that is 14 millimeters across, and the sizes climb from there. The average ring size for women is between 5 and 7, but it’s always best to get an exact ring measurement

       International Ring Sizes 

      Our Designers are from France and we will convert your measurements accordingly using the information you provide when necessary.

      Here is an International Ring Sizing chart:



        If ordering from outside of the US and Canada, determine your ring size according to your country’s standard, look at this International Ring Size Chart to convert to the corresponding US ring size.

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