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Measure when your fingers are at their largest - usually at the end of the day.
Make sure you can comfortably slide the string or paper over your finger joints/knuckles. Measure your finger 3 or 4 times to make sure you’re getting a correct reading. Use a few different pieces of paper or string too - these materials can twist or stretch so it’s best to take a few readings.
Try it on - If you have access to one of their rings, pop it on your own finger and make a pen mark where it sits. You can then use a piece of string and the ring measure chart to work out their size or request your free ring sizer at checkout and we can forward one to you to double check the size.
Be creative - Trying to get their ring size in secret may mean getting creative, with a piece of paper, you can trace around the inside of the ring which can also be used to establish measurements.
Borrow a ring - One of the quickest ways to find your loved one’s ring size is to borrow one of their rings. Just be sure it’s one they won’t notice is missing for a day.
Ask friends and family
There may be a particular friend or family member that will know your loved ones ring size or would be able to get hold of the ring raising less suspicion. Just be sure that they can keep it under wraps!
If you’re still in doubt, it’s always better to opt for a bigger size, as this can be easily made smaller without affecting the finer details of the ring. Also, that way, the ring will still go on when they go to try it on, ensuring the gifting moment isnt ruined all together.