Ring Sizing

Ordering a ring online can be intimidating, especially when it comes to sizing. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to find your ring size at home. You can order a free ring sizer from Vansweden Jewelers, measure a ring that you currently have with a ruler, or print a paper ring sizer.

Our rings use standard USA ring sizing, so if you know your ring size or have been sized by a jeweler, there is no need to double check before ordering. If you would like to find your size using a ring sizer, Vansweden Jewelers offers free ring sizers. This service does take approximately 5 business days to arrive to you, so if you need your ring in a hurry, another sizing method is best.

Ring widths are also an important consideration. You can read more about ring widths here.


Your ring size can change over the course of your lifetime; aging, weight changes, pregnancy, and other factors can mean that you need to change ring sizes. We offer free lifetime resizing on most of our rings, so don't worry if this happens. We'll be happy to set up a size exchange at any time.

US ring sizing typically varies from size 2.5 to size 15.0. We offer many of our rings in these sizes, although availability on the smallest and largest sizes can be limited on certain products. Each ring shows the available sizes on the product page. Some jewelers use extended sizes up to size 16.0 or higher. We can sometimes create rings in these sizes, so feel free to reach out about custom sizing.

Wider bands fit slightly more snug than thinner bands. If you were sized for a 4mm width band, you may want to go up a half-size for a 8mm, 10mm, or wider band.

Use a ruler and a ring you own to find your ring size. You can place a ring you already own over a ruler and take the inside diameter, in millimeters, and match it up with this chart. For instance, this ring is about 21 millimeters in diameter, which is equal to a size 11.5 on the chart below.


You can also convert your European or UK ring size to a US size. If you fall between sizes, order the closest size, erring toward larger rather than smaller.