Take the majority of the guessing out of the equation and let one of our experts do the heavy lifting for you.
Simply contact us or visit our showroom and show us photos of your future fiancée preferably those that include her hands. One of our experienced team members will be able to estimate the ring size. This is not an easy task but after years and years of experience, our team became good at it. Despite their experience, they will still always suggest a slightly bigger size so that it would on the proposal day. After that big day, she can have her ring resized.
We don't recommend this approach but it'll give you an estimate. Try to get one of the rings she wears but make sure it’s not for the thumb or the pinky finger. Please, download our ring sizer to measure the ring size. Please, note that the dominant hand tends to be one size bigger. This is not the most accurate way but it still gives you an approximation.
Tip: It’s very important to go for a slightly bigger size than what you think she is. It could be quite embarrassing to find out on the proposal day that the ring only fits her up to the knuckle. The engagement ring looking like that is less likely to be very instagramable.
ONE LAST TIP: Rings with diamonds on the band can usually be safely resized no more than 2 sizes up or down. Resizing up to more than 2 sizes is still possible but it complicates the process and generates extra costs. Also, keep in mind that when resizing going down to the smaller size is easier than going up.