Ring Sizing

The most accurate way of measuring your ring size is by visiting a few reputable jewelers in your area. Jewelers use graduated rings at whole, half, and quarter ring sizes to measure the diameter of your ring finger.

Many have found that trying on wedding bands in different widths is the easiest way to determine their exact ring size. Another way of measuring your ring size is to order a complimentary plastic ring sizer over the internet.

Whole and Half Sizes

Sunny Rings stocks whole and half sizes only ideally sizing a comfortable fit, tight enough to prevent the ring from accidentally falling off. If you have oddly shaped thick knuckles with skinny fingers, you may be interested in ordering a custom size 1/4 or 3/4 fit.

Ring Sizing

Make sure that the pertaining ring size is a comfortable fit for the particular width you are interested in purchasing. Rings wider then 8mm tend to cover a lot more circumference of your finger and ring sizes may fluctuate 1/4 to a 1/2 ring size.

Comfort Fit is the only type of fitting we offer. All our rings are made with the inside edges perfectly shaped for maximum comfort fit against the webbing of your finger and the sides of our rings are rounded not flat or sharp. The comfort fit helps in sliding the tightest of fits off of swollen and broken fingers and may tend to provide a slightly looser fit.

Rest assured our rings will not rock on your finger, nor will they sit too high where it could snag or dig into your finger. There have never been complaints as to how the fit feels.

Finger size changes with temperature, age, and different types of foods.

Whether you have been sleeping for 12 hours without blood circulation to your hands or you have been swimming a marathon for 12 straight days, Sunny Rings does not recommend the next size smaller or larger for any reason. We recommend multiple sizing techniques and readings from two or more sources so one jeweler’s interpretations do not mislead your purchase for a snug fit.

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