Finding your Ring Size

As all of our pieces at Rings with Grace are made-to-order, we can customise your piece to suit your exact ring size.
Don't know your size?  Find our top tips below. 

Step 1: Find a ring that already fits your ring finger well. Measuring a ring that is worn on another finger will not provide an accurate size.
Step 2: Use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of the ring. Take your ruler and measure straight across the inside of the ring from edge to edge. Ensure the reading is as accurate as possible as 1mm can make a significant difference to the ring size.
Step 3: Note down the diameter measurement in mm, and then use our measurement-conversion chart to find your ring size.

A ring sizer is a quick and easy way to determine your ring size for your order.
Contact us to receive your free ring sizer here.

How to use:
Step 1: Slip the end of your ring sizer through the end of the fastening to form a loop. 
Step 2: Place the ring sizer over your finger and tighten the plastic to a snug position that won't slide off easily, but feels comfortable
Step 3: You should be able to slip it back over your knuckle and it shouldn't feel uncomfortable/tight. The arrow will point to the correct size.

Come and visit us if you are unsure of your size and we will measure you up for a perfect fit. Alternatively if more convenient, a local jeweller will be able to tell you your size and most will measure for free. It is key to note down the width of the band or tool they use as this can make a minor difference to the final size.


Most of our rings are easy to resize. We offer one complimentary resize on all bespoke engagement rings within 30 days of purchase as we understand it can be difficult to get it right first time (especially when the ring is a surprise).

After this first resize, any additional resizing required will be at cost. Please also note, that resizing a piece to a significantly larger or smaller size can sometimes be difficult to maintain the current band and or/setting. In some cases, there will be a small cost to remanufacture a ring that is beyond the resizing limit.

If you are worried about getting sizing correct, just let our team know so that we can assist.