The average ring size varies between 52-54 for women and 60-62 for men. If you are not sure about your ring size, don't worry! We here at Ray's Jewellery will gladly resize your ring one time free of charge within 30 days of delivery.
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Tips for measuring your finger size
Temperature causes an inaccurate reading while measuring your ring size. Your fingers will be at least half a size smaller when your hand is too cold while it will be half a size bigger when it is too hot. Measure your finger in average temperatures, preferably at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest.
The wider band a ring has, the tighter you will feel. So, if you wish to order a band approximately 6 mm wide or more , move up a size from the normal ring size worn. Also, the rings with large stones may cause the band to lift up when laid on its side. Keep in mind that you should order the next size up since it slightly distorts the size.
If your knuckle is larger than the base of your finger, measure both your knuckle and the base of your finger and select the size in between two.
Your ring should fit enough not to fall off and loose enough to slide over your knuckle. If you hesitate between two sizes, always go with the larger one.
Repeat measurement 2 to 3 times to eliminate an erroneous result.
Measuring Tape - With your palm open and facing up, wrap the measuring tape around your wrist, just above your wrist bone. Note down measurement of your wrist size.
String Piece - With your palm open and facing up, wrap the string or strip of paper around your wrist, just above your wrist bone. Mark where the ends meet with a pen or a marker. Next, lay the string or piece of paper flat and measure it to where you've made the mark to find your wrist size and note it down.
|Fitting Style||Add cm(s) to wrist size|
|Snug Fit||Add 0.6cm to 1.3cm|
|Comfort Fit||Add 2.0cm to 2.5cm|
|Loose Fit||Add 3.2cm|
Using the wrist measurement you've just found, compare your fit to the dimensions of the product in the product page.
Already have a bangle - Using a ruler, just measure the diameter of the inside of your bangle and compare it to the diameter of the product in the dimensions section of the product page.
Step 1 - Cut a thin and long strip of paper (around 1 cm) wide or use a measuring tape.
Step 2 - Bring your thumb and little finger together and wrap the paper or measuring tape where hand is the widest. Point A to Point B, (See image at the side).
Step 3 - If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen or pencil then use a ruler to measure the length.
Step 4 - Flatten out the thin strip of paper and use a ruler to measure the distance from the end of the string or paper to the mark you made.
Step 5 - Compare the measurement taken to the diameter of the product in the dimensions section of the product page.