Ring Sizes Guide

It is a pleasure to pick and buy silver jewelry. It makes a great present not only for yourself but also for your loved ones, relatives, and friends. It is extremely exciting to shop for a ring but at the same time, it is a very responsible process. You surely want a band or a signet to look awesome and fit well. To make this easy we collected a method to measure your own ringvinger. Please read below.


Prepping for Measurement

Before you begin taking your measurements, pick the finger on which you want to wear your ring. The fingers on your dominant hand tend to be larger than those on your non-dominant hand, so keep that in mind when measuring for your ring size.

Ensure that your finger is at its normal size before taking a measurement. Cold weather can cause your fingers to shrink a bit, while heat or water retention caused by food, medications, or illness can cause finger swelling.


MEA MARÈ sizing chart

Method: thread, measuring tape/strip/paper

This method is suitable for those who do not have a ring close at hand that can be measured. But if you have your own finger, you can simply measure it. Please note that you need to fit out the same finger on the same hand you are going to rock your ring on. Because all fingers are different and the dominant hand tends to have a slightly larger size, if you measure a different finger, a ring may not fit.

So, you need to take a thread or a strip of paper, wrap it around your finger, and cut off the ends or mark them with a pen. Then, measure the piece you’ve got with a ruler.

We recommend using a thin and narrow piece of paper rather than a thread. When you cut it to fit your finger, tape the ends together and make a paper ring. Then, try to put it on your finger so that it doesn’t get stuck on the joints between the phalanges. If you feel that such a makeshift ring hardly slights through your joints, you need to pick a ring one size larger. 

After you measured your finger, look your size at our MEA MARÈ sizing chart above.