Ring size guide

A few tips...

All of our rings are custom made, meaning we create your ring to your exact size.

We use the FR sizing system measured from the center back of the band.

Please use the following chart as a guide to convert your international size to the nearest French size.

If you are unsure of your finger size, it is best to visit a professional jeweler to get an accurate size.

Also, you can easily find a ring sizers on the web.

Ring sizes can be difficult to determine, so here are some tips and things to consider:

The rings should fit easily over the joint and be comfortable, without being tight.

They should be a little harder to push back onto the joint. Your ring should fit snugly and should not slip off on its own.

Your finger size typically varies by half a size throughout the day, depending on temperature and exercise. It is always best to measure your finger size several times at different times of the day.

Also the sizes most of the time vary depending on our right hand to our left hand (eg: if you are right-handed and you want to wear the ring on your right hand middle finger, you will probably have an extra size than for your left hand middle finger, given that she is more “muscular”).

So determine which finger of which hand you want to wear your future ring.

Also, thinner rings appear larger than thicker/taller rings. Take this into account when measuring your finger size, as the ring sizer you use may not be suitable for the model you purchase. Typically the difference can be up to 1/4 of a measurement.

If you have any questions, please contact us at: info.shinyroot@gmail.com for help or advice.

Measure your finger at home

It's possible to measure your ring size at home, but this will obviously be less precise than if you go to a professional.

I still share these two tips with you:

Measure your size with one of your rings:

It is also possible to measure a ring size simply with a ruler. Take one of your rings and place it flat on a ruler (in mm), you can then count the number of millimeters between the two edges. The number you get is the inside diameter of your ring (in mm).

Measure your size without a ring:

- Cut a strip of paper that will wrap around the circumference of your finger. For greater precision, try cutting a strip the same height as the ring (measurements are given in the product description).

- Wrap the paper around your finger, mark where it meets. Measure the distance with a ruler (in mm): the measurement you obtain is the circumference of your finger (in cm).