In order for us to make you the best fitting ring possible it is important for you to provide us with an accurate ring size. To obtain your ring size you have several options:
1. A Local Jeweler: Most jewelers will be happy to help you find your correct ring size. We suggest asking them to use a caliper or micrometer for the most accurate sizing. These specialized instruments are more sensitive (and therefore more reliable) than ring wands or sticks. Another thing to keep in mind is that you will want to be sized at your preferred width. The average wedding band is 6.4mm, but we can make our rings any width you desire! That being said, if you are a size 8 at 6.4mm you may very well be an 8.5 at 7.9mm or wider. Because it will cover more of your finger, the wider the band, the more snug the fit, so it is important to keep both ring size and width in mind when getting sized.
2. MRD Custom Aluminum Sizers: If you have a general idea of what your ring size might be, we can make you a set of custom aluminum sizers (plain aluminum bands) in three different sizes at your preferred width. This allows you to spend time wearing each sizer for a day or two and finding out which one offers the most comfortable fit. Finger size can fluctuate slightly throughout the day due to water intake, temperature, etc. so this is an excellent way to get an accurate representation of exactly how your final ring will fit. We request that customers purchase their chosen ring(s) at the same time as the sizers. We ship you the sizers along with a SASE for convenient return. Once you provide us with your final ring size we begin making your rings!