Sizing your ring finger properly is very important, and we recommend using our ring sizers to determine your fit.

Comfort Fit

We bevel the inside of our rings to make them easier to slide on and off. This is referred to as a comfort fit style and can affect the way a ring finger is sized.

comfort fit ring example

Because the inside edge is beveled, the true measurement of the ring is on the centerline, rather than the outside edges. In reality, your ring size doesn't change, but if you were measured with a standard ring, you may find the comfort fit bands slide on and off more easily.

Band Width

It's a good idea to get a feel for your preferred ring width. Our bands are made in 9mm, 8mm, 7mm, and 5.5mm. Some people have longer fingers and may prefer a wider band, while others will have a preference for a thinner band based solely on appearance.

Here's a good way to determine what the width of a band will look like:

Rustic and Main Ring Sizing Widths

Resizing a Rustic and Main Ring

Our wooden rings can typically be resized up to a half size smaller, and generally a quarter size larger. We will need to see the ring in order to make a determination on how much of a resizing can be done, particularly when trying to make the ring larger.

A ring resizing can be ordered here:

If you need a size adjustment greater than a half size, we have an exchange option available. We will create a new ring for you, provided that you return the original ring in the condition in which it was received.

You can find our exchange option here: 

Other questions on sizing?

If you have any other questions on sizing your ring or ordering a resize, please contact us.