Finding the correct ring size for statement rings with wider bands or large geometric designs can be challenging. We have listed a few important points to keep in mind to help you find your perfect size.
- Keep in mind the finger you intend to wear your ring on. The fingers on your dominant hand tend to be larger than those on your non-dominant hand.
- Your fingers shrink during winter and are slightly bigger during summer. Notice your rings getting tight when you work out. Avoid measuring when you have returned from a workout or the cold temperatures. The perfect time to measure is when your body is at rest.
- A tapered ring or a skinny band will fit your normal ring size, while a ring with a band 1/4" or wider may require a quarter size bigger to fit your fingers comfortably. It varies depending on the design of the ring, the brand & where it is made. If you've noticed, every country has its own ring chart. Most of our statement rings are made slightly bigger to fit your fingers comfortably after one thousand iterations. Always (always!) read the product description before making a purchase.
- The perfect ring fits comfortably below the knuckle, which is the widest part of your finger. It should not be too tight that you can't even bend your finger or too loose that it slips out easily.
- After testing at-least 20 different online measuring charts and printable, we have not yet found an accurate one. They are usually half or a full size off. We recommend investing in the jeweler's ring sizer that ranges from $5 to $15 or get it sized by a jeweler. For video tutorials and downloadable ring, sizing charts, go to www.veatge.com/blog/findingyourcorrectringsize
- For some reason, if you have ordered the wrong size, we will gladly exchange it for the correct size. One time exchange is free, for exchanges after the first time, we will only charge you for shipping. If you know your approximate size, send us a message, and we are more than happy to help you find your perfect size.
Click for Video tutorial to find your approximate ring size
To conclude, we recommend buying a ring sizer or trying on other rings from friends and family. We also recommend dipping your hands in cold water with your correct ring size on to make sure it doesn't slip out easily and rests comfortably below the knuckle. It may take a few days to figure out your correct size, but it will save you from the pain of going through unnecessary returns/refunds and exchanges.
For any other questions, send us a quick message at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will get back to you within 24 hours.