Need to know your ring size? I hate waiting on things in the mail, I’m just so impatient when it comes to that so I never bothered with ordering one from anywhere.
When I got engaged my husband took me to try out rings that I may like for our actual wedding bands, but since then my ring size has changed due to health reasons. My fingers and knuckles swell now and I hate not wearing my wedding set or other rings I love so we had to get them re-sized that way when my arthritis did swell up I could still wear them. We ended up going up one size for my engagement ring and two sizes for my wedding ring. They are a set so my wedding ring goes on first and them my engagement ring that way the engagement ring can still keep the wedding ring on my finger when my arthritis isn’t flaring up.
So if you are unsure of your ring size you can find it out by downloading the tool below.
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So there are two options with this particular ring size finder:
Option 1 (measure the diameter):
The diameter of a ring is the measure of the distance across the middle inside. Simply draw around the inside of a ring you know fits well, then measure the diameter (you can either measure the diameter in centimeters or inches). Then use the Ring-Converter to select the diameter and find your ring size.
Option 2 (measure the circumference):
The circumference of a ring is the measure of the length around the circle. Simply measure the length around the circle of a ring you know fits well (you can either measure the circumference in centimeters or inches). Then use the Ring-Converter to select the circumference and find your ring size.
The Ring Size Converter Version 1.0, is a small application you can run directly on your computer desktop. The file requires NO installation and is very helpful when shopping from online jewelry stores and you are not sure about your exact ring size. You can use the file for free to convert ring sizes between USA/Canada, UK/Australia, Japan and Swiss, using inches or millimeters (mm) for diameter and circumference.