We know buying jewellery online can be tricky when you don't get to try it on first. Sometimes it can be difficult to work out which ring size you need. It might have been a long time since you had your fingers sized by a professional jeweller, maybe your fingers have changed size recently, or you might be switching to a wide band when your rings have all been narrow before.
There are a couple of ways to assess your ring size. You can get your finger sized at most jewellers (as long as they offer quarter and half sizing, and can measure accurately for wide band rings if needed - if they measure using a narrow tool and guess at how much to go up by we would recommend trying a different jeweller!).
Alternatively you can purchase ring-measuring tools online for a relatively low cost, especially from places such as Amazon or Ebay, which may be a good option if you're not able to get to a jeweller's during their open hours. With this option we would recommend making sure you get a standard ring measuring tool for bands under 5mm wide, and a wide band measuring tool for bands over 5mm. We recommend avoiding "multi-sizer" type adjustable ring sizers, as it is almost impossible to get an accurate size from them.
If you have existing rings that fit well and are of a similar width to the ring(s) you're interested in you can also measure at home using our guide below.
You can also download our ring sizing guide
Please note that patterned bands can't be significantly resized (can usually be made 1/4-1/2 size larger but can't be made larger than that or made smaller at all) so would need to be remade. Rings with plain bands can generally be resized by your local jeweller, or can be remade.
Please don't hesitate to Contact Us if you need help!