how do i measure my finger
for a ring?
Each finger on your hand is unique and therefore, each finger has its own size. As an added bonus, the size of each finger changes due to weather influences.
During warm weather, fingers expand and during cold weather fingers shrink in size. To do a good measurement, it is therefore useful to measure your finger on two different days. Preferably when your hands have their normal temperature.
But lucky for you, there are a few handy ways to quickly find your ring size!
Some of our Favorite Rings
Preparing to Measure your Ring Size
Before you can start measuring, you’ve got to know on which finger you wish to wear your new Sacred Geometry Ring.
As mentioned above, the weather also has an influence on your ring size. So keep in mind what the temperature of your hands are when you start measuring.
First of all, download our handy PDF Ring Size Guide. This PDF will help you measure your ring size for your new Sacred Geometry Ring.
Second, you’ll need a printer to print out our handy PDF Ring Size Guide.
Make sure to print it at its true scale (or 100%), else you won’t get accurate readings of your ring size.
After printing, grab a pair of scissors and carefully cut out the sizer.
Now you’re ready to measure your ring size!
What if I don’t have a printer?
Well in that case, we’ve got you covered too! We have a multisizer which works exactly the same. But instead of paper, it’s made of plastic.
This multisizer is reusable and easy to use.
Since we offer many different kinds of rings, each ring feels different on the finger. So we therefore also offer dummy rings!
Dummy rings are basically our Sacred Geometry Rings 3D Printed in Nylon, instead of a precious metal.
With a dummy ring you can check your ring size and feel the ring on your finger at the same time!
Our Ring Size Chart
Need to convert your ring size? Check our size chart below!
|Diameter (mm)||Circumference (mm)||Ring Size EU|
|Diameter (mm)||Circumference (mm)||Ring Size US & CA|
Sizes may vary due to tolerance.
our size guide for
Simply measure your old T-shirt or Hoodie its Width, Length and Sleeve Length and compare to our Clothing Size Chart.
Is your size between two sizes? Take the larger size. It’s that easy!
Dimensions are garment measurements in centimeters. Sizes may vary due to tolerance.