What's my ring size?
The Castle Jewelry does NOT recommend that you try to figure out your size at home by yourself. Our number one recommendation to figure out your size is to come into any of our 11 locations and be personally measured for free by one of our expert associates. If you are unable to do that, our next recommendation is to go to several other jewelry stores to be measured. (Go to multiple to make sure you are getting the correct size!)
I need to measure my significate others finger in secret. What is your plan?
We love surprises! Especially when the ring already fits! But don't worry. There are multiple ways we can get this done. One great way to ask her friends or family. Sometimes they have all the insight that you need! Even if they don't, maybe they could ask for you (nonchalantly)! They might even be able to take her shopping "just for fun" and get the size while they are there. Your next great option is to borrow one of her rings. Find a ring she wears often on a similar sized finger. Bring that ring in for measurements to get a great approximation. If you have a friend who's engaged, ask her for some help. Ask your friend if your girlfriend can try on the ring. This is a great chance to get a rough idea of her size and maybe even figure out what she thought of the style!
Please keep in mind the most accurate way to confirm ring size is to come in and have your partner sized by us in person or have them visit a local jeweler. Using one or several of the methods above will result in a very good approximation, but there is always the risk that it will be slightly off. BUT, don't worry! If it is off, we can still have the ring resized later!
- The most common ring size for a woman is a size 7.
- Wider rings have a tighter fit than thinner bands.
- Our dominant hand tends to be slightly bigger.
- Your finger will shrink or swell when you are hot and cold!
- Make sure that you struggle a little (not too much) when taking a ring off. You don't want it to go flying off your finger!
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