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Whether you're buying a silver or gold ring, a ring set with a ruby or aquamarine, we understand the importance of getting the ring size right.

Free ring sizer

If you don't already know your size when you place your order just select 'send me a sizer' on the size drop down menu and we will send you out a sizer as soon as the order comes through. They're easy to use and come with full instructions so you can order with confidence. We can also send you a sizer out in the post before you order. Just click here, to email us your details.

When should I measure my finger?

Before measuring the finger on which you will wear your custom-made ring, please ensure the following:
1. Do not measure a finger when it is cold or too hot as this can have a significant effect on a ring size. For example, when your fingers are cold they can be at least half a size smaller.
2. For an accurate reading, measure your finger at the end of the day, when it is larger.

Choosing the correct size

Your ring should fit your finger comfortably. It should be snug enough so that it won't fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle. Do not forget that there are significant differences between the right and left hand. It's also worth bearing in mind that rings with a particularly thick band will feel tighter than a thin band; in these cases, we recommend buying a full size larger than your normal ring size. Please make sure your order the correct size. If you are unsure, you should have your finger sized by a professional jeweller. Eva London will not be held responsible for any ring that does not fit.

Hesitating between two sizes?

If you are hesitating between two sizes, Eva London recommends that you choose the larger.


Buying the ring as a gift?

If you are buying the ring as a gift, ask a close friend or family member if they know the correct size or have a ring that fits perfectly that can be measured.

What finger to wear your ring on

Traditionally graduation rings are worn on the ring finger of the right hand. But we think the other fingers also make viable options for your graduation ring. With a little help from Pinterest, we have compiled a collection of images to help you decide which finger is right for you. Click here to find out more.

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