My Cart


How To Find Your Ring Size

Finding your Ring Size
There are two ways of measuring your ring size. Please follow these methods closely to minimise sizing errors. Use both methods to counter-check. In case of a misfit upon purchasing, we require proof of measurement (in pictures/video documentation) that follow the guide closely in order to process an exchange.

Method #1
Measuring inner diameter of an existing ring with an existing ring.

1. Place an existing ring which you own on a ruler with the mm/cm side running across the middle of the ring.
2. Draw a line from end to end.

3. Drawing the line is necessary as some rings are comfort fit (like ours), and have a curved innerside. Using your naked eye to measure may result in parallex error.

4. Measure the line drawn. This gives you the inner diameter of the ring. Tally it against our size chart below for your SOAMI Ring Size. 


Method #2
Measuring circumference of your finger.
You would need: 
  • A thin strip of paper/string
  • A pen
  • A ruler
  • Finger which the ring is to be worn on


1. Wrap the thin strip of paper/string snugly around your finger. [Please ensure that the paper strip is thin (max 0.5 cm wide), or your measurement would be inaccurate]. Please do not measure around the finger directly with a flexible measuring tape this results in inaccurate measurements.
2. Where the string intersects, draw a line across.

3. Unravel the string/paper strip and measure from end to end. This would give you the circumference of your finger. 

Then tally with the Size Chart below.
If you're between sizes, we recommend going with the smaller size,
(eg. 53mm = Size 6) unless the wearer has large knuckles.