Extended Holiday Resizing Policy
In the holiday spirit of giving, we have decided to extend our free resizing period to January 15th, 2016 for all orders placed after November 1, 2015! You don’t have to worry about buying a gift too soon, or avoiding a gift based on not knowing the exact ring size of the recipient.
We offer one FREE resizing (within 2 full sizes) of your ring within 30 days of the original shipment date. This includes items that have been engraved, though there may be an additional charge for re-engraving. You will also be responsible for any related shipping cost.
If you require a resizing of more than 2 full sizes, or you are beyond the free resizing period, we would still be happy to perform the resize for you, for a reasonable fee.
To have a ring resized, please follow the link to our Request Resizing Form.
Due to the nature of tungsten, cobalt and ceramic, we cannot offer free resizing for rings made of those metals. We do have an exchange program for our tungsten, cobalt and ceramic rings. Please contact us for more information.
Ring Sizing Tips
The average ring size for women is size 7 (for US and Canada) or size N½ (for UK and Australia).
The average ring size for men is size 10 (for US and Canada) or size T½ (for UK and Australia).
When trying to determine the ring size to order, ensure that you are measuring the exact finger (and hand) where the ring will be worn. If you are determining the appropriate ring size from an existing ring, ensure that the ring you choose to measure is worn on the exact finger as the new ring.
A ring should fit secure enough so that it will never fall off. It should have a loose comfortable fit when sliding it over your knuckle. If you are unsure about a size, please see below for three helpful guides in determining which ring size to order. Note: The guides accuracy are solely dependent on them being printed correctly. Please see below for Printing Instructions.
- Compare an existing ring to our guide
- Measure the recipient's finger using the measuring tools in this guide
- Useful tips
* The most accurate way is to have your finger sized at a local jeweler.
- Print these sheets at 100%
- DO NOT select “scale to fit” or “shrink to fit” option on your printer.
Note: These guides are provided as an aid; Jewlr is not responsible for inaccurate sizes obtained from these guides.
1. Compare an existing ring to our guide - download guide
2. Measure the recipient's finger using this measuring tool - download guide