Ring size guide
Find your size using these easy methods:
Option 1. Measure an existing ring
If you already own a YESSAYAN ring, this is perfect. Once you complete this exercise, future ordering will be easy. Alternatively, you can measure one of your other favorites.
How to Measure
1. If you measure the internal diameter of your ring (in mm) it should match with the corresponding size in the ring chart below. Be sure to use millimeters.
Option 2. Measure your finger
Measure a ring with a string or a thin strip paper. This can be easily done and can help find on accurate fit.
- Cut a long string or piece of paper that's about 6-inch long.
- Wrap it snugly around the base of your finger, the tighter the better but make sure to not let the string stretch while you are wrapping it around your finger.
- Mark the spot where the string or paper meets and measure the distance with a ruler (in mm)
- Match your finger measurement (in mm) with the closest circumference below
If you happen to own a measuring tape at home, then this will get the job done most accurately.
- Find a flexible, measuring tape with millimeters on its ruler
- Wrap the tape snugly around the base of your finger, not too tight and not too loose. Aim for a snug but comfortable fit. Make sure not let the measuring tape go and make sure you start from the 0 mark on the tape.
- Remember the number that meets up with your starting point at 0. Note how many millimeters it took to wrap the measuring tape around your finger.
- Match your finger measurement (in mm) with the corresponding ring size in the ring chart shown in method #02. If your tape is only showing in centimeter, use on online CM to MM converter to figure out your finger size in the closest millimeter.
Make sure to measure your fingers are at room temperature to get a move accurate reading as weather can and directly affect the size of your fingers.
Avoid measuring your fingers after you had some salty snacks and a couple of glasses of wine because alcohol and salt can make your fingers swell.
Truthfully, if you're ever unsure of your ring size, it's always wiser to size up. It's much easier to resize a ring that's too big than it is to resize a ring that's too small, provided the ring can be resized at all.
If you already know your size, please convert to the USA size below.
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