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Sizing Chart

Not sure what ring size or pendant length to get? We've got sizing tips and tricks to ensure you find the perfect fit!

Chain Length


Selecting a chain length can be tricky! It all depends on where you want the pendant to sit. For a more relaxed feel, try our 20" chain. If you want a tighter fit, try our 16" chain. Can't decide? Pick our most popular length, 18" for something in between!

Ring Size

Where Do I Begin?
The question we most often get is, "How do I know what ring size I am?" Well. The easiest way to know is your shoe size! Did you know that your ring size is similar to your shoe size?! For example, if you wear a size 6 in women's, your size will be close to a size 6 in ring! It won't always be accurate but it's a good place to start on figuring out your size.

Which Finger Will This Be On?

The next thing to think about is, what finger will you be wearing this ring on. You need to take note that if you're wearing this ring on your thumb, you might need a larger size or vise versa- smaller if you're wearing it on your pinky. Consider what you're wearing this ring for. If this is the type of ring you want to wear everyday, be sure to pick a size that won't slip off during everyday activities.

Accurate Measure

Next, the most accurate way to know your ring size is to

  1. Use a piece of paper and cut out a strip.
  2. Wrap the strip of paper around the desired finger.
  3. Mark a line where the beginning of the strip wraps perfectly once around.
  4. Use a ruler and measure the length.
  5. Next go online or look at the chart below to figure out your ring size!

Fastest Way To Know
If you don't want to do the paper method, find an existing ring you already own. Match it to the chart below or any other chart you can find online. Make sure lines are aligned with the ring!

Be aware that the ring size guide below is not completely up to scale. This chart is merely a suggestion. Reference only.


Things To Keep In Mind

Consider these different elements in figuring out your ring size.

  • Temperature: Fingers tend to be bigger in warmer climates and smaller in colder weather. Humidity tends to make fingers swell.
  • Finger / Hand: Which finger and hand you plan to wear it on?
  • Time of day: Fingers are smaller in the morning and bigger at nighttime.
  • Shoe Size: A good starting point in determining your ring size- is your shoe size. It is not exact but it helps scale.

For an accurate measurement, visit a professional jeweler.

If you order from us and your ring size doesn't fit, we're happy to exchange it for you!