Ring Size Chart
How do I estimate my ring size?
Due to the incredible strength and durability of titanium, tungsten carbide and ceramic it is often intricate work (compared to gold and platinum). Because of its unique resilient nature, it is very difficult to resize a titanium, tungsten carbide and ceramic ring; therefore, great care must be taken when sizing your finger.
We suggest visiting a local jewelry store to get your finger sized accurately. Please inform the jeweller the approximate width of your ring. A person can wear up to half to one size larger for a wider band.
Alternatively, you can follow the procedure below to obtain your ring size. Sizes are expressed in American Ring Sizes and finger circumference. The ideal size will fit comfortably and be tight enough to prevent the ring from accidentally falling off. Before ordering make sure that the ring size is correct. Finger size changes with temperature and time of day. The best time to measure accurately is midday.
How to measure your finger
- Use a 6 inch length of string (non-stretch), or cut a strip of paper one quarter inch in width and 6 inches in length.
- Wrap the string or paper snugly around the base of your finger, so that is feels like how a ring would fit. It needs to be snug enough it will not fall off, but will fit over your knuckle.
- Use a pen to mark where the string or paper over laps.
- Unwrap the string and lay it flat to measure the length on a ruler.
- Use the size chart to determine your perfect ring size.
- If your size falls between two sizes, choose the larger size.