A GUIDE TO FINDING YOUR RING SIZE

We get it: buying jewelry online can be a bit intimidating, especially when it comes to buying rings and you don't know your size. But we got you covered with our handy guide to finding your ring size.


(If you are still unsure about your size after reading this, we do recommend going to any jewelry store in your area and having your fingers measured. Most jewelers offer this as a totally free service, and we think there is nothing worse than receiving your piece of Oriad jewelry and it does not fit!)


 

OPTION 1: USE THE INTERNATIONAL RING CONVERSION CHART

If you have an existing ring that fits your preferred finger but don't know its size, you can use the International Ring Conversion Chart below to find out.

You can also use this table if you know your ring size in UK or US sizes.



OPTION 2: PRINT OUT OUR RING SIZE TEMPLATE

If you have access to a printer, print out our ring sizer here. Make sure you print it in 100% scale (select "actual size" when printing) and confirm the scale by measuring the 10cm ruler at the bottom of the page.

Place a ring that fits you over the circles. For proper fit, the black circle should be just hidden by the ring.


OPTION 3: GO TO A LOCAL JEWELLER

The safest way to determine your ring size is to go to a jeweller near you and ask them to measure your fingers. They have the appropriate tools to do so, so you can be sure the measurements taken are correct.

We also recommend doing this if you are unsure about your measurements or would just like to double-check them.

It's quick and should always be free!



 

Keep in mind...

  • Your ring size will vary depending on the time of day. Make sure to measure at the end of the day when fingers are a bit larger than in the morning.

  • Temperature affects the size of your fingers. It’s best to measure when your fingers are a little warm, as they are smaller when it’s cold.

  • Slimmer ring designs are a little more forgiving. When in doubt, we recommend sizing up for wider designs.

  • Don’t forget that your rings must fit over the knuckles too, so it won’t help to just measure at the end of the finger where the ring sits.

  • The fingers on your dominant hand are wider than on your non-dominant hand. Always think about on which hand you’ll want to wear the ring.


We hope this helps, and if not, always feel free to reach out to us directly. We're here and always happy to help!


xx, Felizitas