Ring Size Guide
Finding the right ring size may be tricky. We have gathered some general tips we hope might help. If you are still not sure about your ring size after following this ring size guide, feel welcome to contact us at [email protected] and we will do our best to help out.
Four steps to measure your ring size:
- Cut a thin strip of paper.
- Wrap the paper strip around your finger. Make sure it is snug.
- Mark with a pen where the two ends meet.
- Measure the length of the paper up to the marked point. Then use our size chart to determine the ring size: Tom Wood Ring Size Chart
*Note: For better accuracy, measure your fingers at a normal temperature during the day. It´s best to allow a size that slides over your finger knuckle comfortably but won´t be too loose to be worn on the base of your fingers.
Tom Wood use the European standard ring size, which is done by measuring the inner circumference in millimeters. A traditional size 54 indicates a ring that measures about 54 mm around the inner part of the ring (see our Tom Wood Ring Size Chart)
Thick rings such as our classic signet rings normally require you to choose a larger size than slim band rings that do not build as much on your finger. Please note all our rings are handmade and small deviations might appear between rings.
If you have a ring to measure, you can start from this ring by either measuring the inner diameter or circumference. You can download the size guide and print it out here (without any scaling) and place your ring on to the round markers to find your correct ring size. You can also bring your ring to a jeweler to have it measured for you. If you are still not sure about the ring size, we recommend having your finger measured at a local goldsmith.
Your fingers normally change size depending on the time of day or season. In the summer time, fingers tend to be more swollen than during colder winter days. If you want to measure your fingers, try to find a time that feels «normal» to your fingers. If your knuckle is bigger than where you want your ring placed, you should try to find a measure in the middle.
We normally advice you to choose the largest ring size if you are between sizes, but this should be up to you to decide by trying the ring on and deciding what you feel is most comfortable.