I would always recommend finding your ring size before placing an order and there are a few different ways you can do this.
When wearing a ring you want it to sit nice and snug on the base of your finger, but to squeeze over your knuckle. I would suggest going slightly smaller than bigger, and remember your fingers swell in the heat and shrink in the cold.
Getting your finger measured professionally
Most local jewellers will do this for free, and it is the most accurate way of measuring your finger. The thickness of a band will affect the size, so make sure you let them know the thickness of band you like.
If you are based in Thanet please feel free to drop me a message and I will measure your finger for you.
Order a Ring Sizer
I offer plastic Ring Sizers for a small price which can be affective in measuring your ring size. You can grab one HERE. Please note these are only available if you are UK based.
Measuring at home
Follow this simple method to get a rough estimate of your size:
1. Cut a strip of paper or string no wider than 1.2cm.
2. Wrap it around the base of your finger and mark where it overlaps.
3. Use a ruler to measure in mm from the start of the paper/string to the mark.
4. Use the Ring Size Conversion Chart below to get a rough estimate of your size.
If you have any further questions about ring sizing please get in contact via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org