Post # 1
To make a long story short, soon to be Fiance is ordering my ring and needs my finger size. Where did you go to get it done and what size ‘sizer’ did they use? The rings are each a little under 2mm thick and I’ll also be getting a 1.5 mm white gold to wear all the time.
Post # 2
Just go to a jeweler and tel lthem you want to find out your ring size. They should have ring sizers in every size imaginable in half size steps for you to slip on until you fnd the right fit. I think they are typcically 1mm, maybe 1.5mm.
Post # 3
Go to any big box jewlery store and they will be able to help you with sizing
Post # 4
We visited stores together. The first store we visited sized me. Although my Fiance ultimately bought my ring online it was nice to figure out what styles looked best on my finger. Maybe you can visit Claires or a jewelry store to try.
Post # 5
Can you visit a local jeweller and try on rings? The jeweller who made my e-ring had a finger ring gauge like the one in the picture and it was totally worthless IMO. The whole thing weighed so much that it was very difficult to feel if the size was right. It ended with my ring being too big when it was finished so they had to resize it. If it’s possible for you to try on real rings to find your size, I would say that’s best.
Post # 6
I just went to a random jeweler in the mall.
Post # 7
I was originally sized in-store. Now that I’m looking to get my ring resized, I ordered one of the free ring sizers from Blue Nile to play around with to get an idea of how much I’ll have to resize it.
Got it here: http://www.bluenile.com/education/rings/find-your-ring-size
Post # 8
A jeweler can help you out. I did get a free ring sizer in the mail from Brilliant Earth, but the ring size I obtained myself was different than what the jeweler measured.
Post # 9
Go into any jeweller and they will be able to measure you right up. Some places will even send you a free ring sizer out for you to try on.
Post # 10
They also have ring sizers at Michaels in the jewelery making section if you feel weird about going into a jewelery store
Post # 11
Any jewelry store can size you, including jewelry counters at department stores. Just go to the mall and walk in a zales or kays and have them size you
Post # 12
- Wedding: July 2017 - Bristol zoo
SO got like a £1 ring sizer on amazon which confirmed that my size is what I had the vague notion it was anyway. Before that I’ve wrapped my fingers with string and measured the length, it’s pretty accurate! Definitely good if you want to know there and then 🙂
Post # 13
My jeweler has different ring size sets. Thick band, thin band, even comfort fit. And it was in quarter size increments. Very accurate and my ring fits perfectly.
Post # 14
I originally asked for my ring size at Macy’s but they don’t have half sizes. I think local jewelers can give more accurate ring sizes, even to the quarter size.