Finding the perfect finger size
If you’re not sure what your finger size is, the most accurate way to find out is to physically go and get it sized. You can do this by either coming to see me at a market or visit any Jeweller local to you who will be able to size it for you.
If none of these are an option for you, or you’re more of a DIY sort of person, or you’re buying a ring as a gift and you need to keep the whole ‘size’ thing top secret, then perhaps the following method is for you.
The first method of DIY is to measure the inside diameter of a ring that already fits you or the person you are looking to buy for. This has to be done as accurately as possible, in millimeters. I say as accurately as possible because 1mm out can mean the ring will end up a whole size too big or too small.
Alternatively, you can wrap a piece of string around your finger and mark off where it fits like a ring should. Then measure the length of the string to the closest millimeter and send me through the measurement. This is probably the most risky as there is so much variation, so this should definitely be left as a last choice.
There are also sizing charts available online for printing, where once you print off the page and line your ring up with a sample that fits, but again, this can be very risky due subjective opinions and variance in printers. If you like, you can try the following link.
Finally, if you are buying a ring as a gift for someone and you don’t have access to any of the above options, know that once you have gifted the ring, if it doesn’t quite fit, all they have to do is post it back to me and I can resize it to the correct size, free of charge, and then post it back. Just be sure to include what finger size it needs to be altered to and a return address.
My postal address is
PO. BOX 241, GREENACRES 5086