Measuring your ring size yourself can be a tricky business. It can often seem as though you may need a larger size than you actually do.
One way to measure your ring size yourself at home, without having to buy a ring sizer or pop into a jeweller, is to wrap a thin piece of paper or non-stretch material around your finger, close to the knuckle. Make a note of the length and match it against the approximate 'inside circumference' column on the chart below. Generally, when measuring your finger, remember - the wider the band, the tighter it will feel (as it will cover a larger surface area).
Ara the altar offers UK ring sizes - see the corresponding US ring sizes below. If you know your EU size, just let me know and I can convert it for you.
Alternatively, if you already have a well fitting ring, if you let me know the inside diameter measurement I can make your Ara ring to the same size.
If you require your ring to be resized, this can easily be arranged for a small charge (determined on a case by case basis) plus return postage.
If you are unsure or have any questions about sizing please do not hesitate to get in touch.