Purchase this ring sizer to help determine your ring size. This sizing tool is most accurate for double band rings and bands 6mm and under.
Fingers can change size due to many circumstances. The best way to get an accurate size is to check the size a couple of different times throughout a several day period to determine your best size. The majority of our rings can be resized, but if the ring has a stone setting other than a diamond, Moissanite, or Sapphire, it probably cannot be resized unless otherwise noted in the item listing.
Some of our rings with stones are shown with the stone not set in order for us to size the ring to your specifications and set the stone afterwards. This avoids damage to the stone during sizing. Reference the individual ring listings for more details. Wide bands 7mm and above have more friction against the finger and will need to be ordered a little larger.
Our double band rings fit like a narrow band. When getting sized for a double band ring, you can get sized for a ring that is narrow.
When getting your finger sized, inform jeweler of the width band you are intending on purchasing and rely on them to determine your ring size.
See the our Repair & Resizing page for more information on which rings can be resized or not.
If you need a ring resized that you have already purchased please contact us.
Looking for an Engagement Ring?
There a few sneaky options for getting the size right but the best way is to have their finger sized by a professional. You may be able to borrow one of their rings and bring it into a jewelry store and ask them to check the size. Make sure this is a ring they wear on a ring finger or middle finger to get the most accurate size!
Beth Millner Jewelry has wish lists too, so they could come in to the store and fill out a wish list and we will try to get their ring size written down.
If you'd like to propose with a stone ring that can't be resized, you can take an unset stone ring and bring it back to be set after the proposal. So don't sweat about the sizing, we're here to help!
For more tips on picking out the perfect engagement ring, check out this helpful blog post.