Ring Sizing

Ring Sizing

Your Engagement Ring or Wedding Band should fit comfortably — not too tight, but not too loose either. The perfect Band fits loose enough to slide over your knuckle and tight enough so that it cannot fall off your finger. Keep reading for tips on how to measure your finger size and make sure that you purchase a ring that fits just right.


Figuring out your partner's ring size can be one of the most stressful aspects of purchasing an Engagement Ring, but there are lots of ways you can easily figure out the right size at home. We've helped over 500,000 couples, and we’re ready to help you today at Gemsring!

Simply print our easy-to-use Ring Size guide (available in PDF version) and follow the instructions:



Gemsring Ring Sizing chart
Gemsring Ring Size


Ring Size Chart



Tips for Finding Your Ring Size: 
Measure your finger at the end of the day.
Your finger size changes depending on the weather and time of day. For best results, measure your finger size at the end of the day when your fingers are warm. (Early in the morning, your fingers are cold and therefore smaller.)

Measure a few times.
Be sure to measure your finger size a few times to make sure your calculations are accurate.

Tips for Buying a Ring either its Partway, Eternity, Three Fourth or Fashion Rings with Diamonds or other Birthstone gems as a Surprise:
If you don't know your girlfriend's (or boyfriend's) ring size, ask her/his close friends or family members. Tell them to keep it hush-hush so that they don't accidentally ruin the surprise!