Ring Size Guide

Lucy Ashton Jewellery Ring Size Guide

SOME TIPS & TRICKS
  1. Your fingers change size! Measure your fingers later on in the day, when they’re warm and at their largest. That being said, don’t measure your fingers on a very hot day after a weekend of drinking alcohol and eating salty foods - you don’t want your fingers super swollen. A standard end-of-day weekday where you’ve had a moderate amount to eat /drink is best.
  1. If you have big knuckles, measure your finger, then measure your knuckle, and then choose a ring size in between them.
  1. Your dominant hand is usually 1/2 size larger than your other hand, so which hand you measure matters!

  2. Once you've figured out the ring size of each of your fingers, make a note of it in your phone, or write the size on each of your fingers and take a photo of your hand.  This way you'll never forget your ring sizes!
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