We strongly suggest to get sized by a professional in a jewelry shop by trying rings with the same width of the ring that you are about to order.

Do not use chart or metric tape, these methods are not accurate. 

Our sizings are spot on but we allow a tolerance of US sz +/-.25.

Many couples have visited a local jeweler to have their ring size determined, only to discover later that a ring in that size is not a perfect fit.
This may not be the fault of any particular party involved, but please be aware that some jewelers use different methods when determining ring sizes. Many retail jewelry stores use metal ring sizing sets which generally come in a narrow width for women and wider width for men. Most of these sizers are not rounded on the inside like a comfort-fit ring, so the fit and feel of an actual comfort-fit ring will be different than the feel of the sizers. And since wider rings fit more tightly than narrow rings, the width of the ring you choose is also a big factor in how a ring fits and feels
While most jewelers use the bottom or leading edge of the ring to determine the size, as we do, others use the middle of the ring. There are also slight variances between ring mandrels, even those that come from the same manufacturer. All of these factors contribute to sizing frustrations.

Wider bands fit more snugly than narrow bands, so the width of the ring sizer bands that they used will affect the size. Generally you would go up 1/4 size for rings 5-6mm wide and 1/2 size for rings 7-8mm wide. 
Ideally you want to be sized with bands that are the same width and fit as the ring that you are getting.

A comfort fit ring is one that has a domed interior rather than a flat one like that of a standard fit ring. The inner diameter at the exact middle of the ring is smaller than the diameter at the edges. This is done both for comfort as well as to create less friction so the ring can slide over the knuckle easier. As a general rule, if your finger measures a standard size 9 by your jeweler, your comfort fit size should be an 8.5 but this is only a general recommendation not a hard rule. Here's where it gets a little tricky; For rings that have a shank wider than 8mm, it is not recommended to go down a half size because the ring's width negates the extra room of the comfort fit's design.
As our rule, all of our rings measured on our mandrels with the bottom most edge (not the center) of the ring sitting directly at the mark of the size ordered.


Please be sure to order the correct size as we cannot resize the rings. If you receive your ring and it does not fit due to wrong sizing before ordering you can exchange it for a new one within the first 30 days from delivery date, no exception.

Exchange cost is 50usd plus shipping for rings under 400usd or 30% of the price for rings over 400usd.