Finding Your Ring Size

Finding Your Ring Size

One of the most important steps when shopping for a ring is finding your ring size. This is important so that you can make sure you get a ring that fits! Here at Patrick Adair Designs all of our rings are sized in US ring sizes. 

We highly recommend visiting a local jewelry store to confirm your ring size. This process is usually free and is the most accurate way to get the correct size!

If you're unable to visit a jeweler, it is very simple to find your ring size at home. All you need is a ruler and a piece of string and to follow the 3 simples steps below, and you can find your ring size at home. 

Steps to Find Your Ring Size

1. Wrap the string around your finger and mark where it begins to overlap. 

2. Straighten the string out and measure it with a ruler. This is the circumference measurement of your finger. 

3. Compare this with our ring sizing chart!

 





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  • Tom

    Do yo have sizes Larger than 15? I think the last time I was measured my ring finger was in the 16 to 16.5 range. I no longer wear a wedding ring because I’ve outgrown them. My wife would like to resolve that sometime in the near future.

  • Kevin

    My mother passed away because of my father’s death. My father died from cancer and is put too much strain on my mother and a ring would be do much help. You don’t have to do it but if you read this, I worte it on my mother’s funeral.

  • Kevin

    My mother passed away because of my father’s death. My father died from cancer and is put too much strain on my mother and a ring would be do much help. You don’t have to do it but if you read this, I worte it on my mother’s funeral.

  • Josh

    Love ur videos and all of ur creative idea’s. The rings are amazing, beautiful, and definitely brilliant artwork. I’m interested in a timascus with red, white and blue tritium. Is that possible and if you’ve made one already would you post a video so I could visually see the ring.
    Thanks and keep up the good work.

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