Use this ring sizing chart to find the size of a ring already worn on the same finger. Print out the chart and begin placing the ring on each circle until you find one that fits snugly on the inside of the ring.
Print the chart here »
When figuring out how to measure a ring size, start by using this ring sizing chart to find the size of a ring already worn on the same finger. To do this, you'll need a ring to use as reference, or you can tie a string around their finger and use that. Place the ring on a circle until you find one that fits snugly on the inside of the ring.
Chances are your partner doesn't wear a ring on their left ring finger, but their right ring finger is often comparable in size. This is where you'll need to do some detective work. Bring a ring they wear frequently to a store for sizing.
You want the proposal to be a surprise, but you've likely at least talked about your future together. So just ask their size! Try to integrate it into the conversation, such as a compliment on a jewelry ring she's already wearing. The details of how you propose can still be your little secret.
Friends and family can be your strongest allies. Collaborate with a friend to investigate ring sizing on a shopping trip. Or have a family member say they need the size for a gift idea. She'll have no idea you're searching for her engagement ring size in secret!
Ordered the wrong size? Still not sure where to start? We've been helping couples get engaged for more than 100 years, so we know a thing or two about all of that. We have plenty of ideas to make this process easier and the services you need to resize your rings. Set up an appointment with one of our associates to find out more about measuring ring sizes!
Only one email recipient may be specified.
The information entered on this form will not be used to send unsolicited email and will not be shared with a third party.
Your email has been sent.