Finding Your Ring Size
Happy Thursday! Congratulations, you have almost made it to the weekend! Today I want to talk about a few different ways that can help you determine your ring size. Ring sizing is something I get asked about all the time and my response usually had to do with you having to leave your home. So, I got creative and found a way for you to find your ring size from the comfort of your own home!
Why, you say, do I recommend that you find your correct size before placing a ring order? It will save you from extra costs of shipping to exchange a ring that doesn’t fit and from the fees involved with ring resizing! This is especially important when you are considering a bespoke ring that includes a precious stone. Most of the time in resizing a ring with a stone, the stone needs to be removed and in return can result in higher resizing fees and even the ring having to be remade.
Like I said before, I had to figure out a way to make this easier for you! So, I put together a ring sizing form for you to use to properly determine your ring size. A couple of important notes: it is very important that you follow the proper printing instructions written on the form & it must be printed at 100% scale in order to be accurate.
With this form you can take a ring you wear all the time and use it to find out the size you need for the new ring you want to purchase. I recommend using a ring that is completely flat on one side so it sits flush to the piece of paper. Click here for the EEJ Ring Sizing Form
Another option for more frequent ring purchasers would be to purchase a plastic sizer on Amazon they are great for helping find your finger measurements. Find it here.
An even better method would be to visit me at one of my markets. There you can ask me in person to help you find your ring size. I would definitely recommend that we size all of your fingers so you have the information for future reference. It is great to have an expert help you make sure you are selecting the proper size. Even visiting a local jewelry store can be a great option. Most jewelry stores will size your finger for free. I would say, these two final options are the most accurate ways to determine your ring size.