· By Dillon Rose

How to find your Ring & Cuff Size

Ring & Cuff Sizing Guide from Dillon/Rose

We know finding the right size for your jewelry can be a daunting task. "What if I think it's too small next week?" or "Will this be too tight in the summer when the weather warms up?" are common questions. Both are valid but also have a tendency to hinder choosing the right size for you.

The most important part is YOU. What feels most comfortable to you? We want to ensure rings are secure without risk of falling off, but not so tight that it's uncomfortable. Some people like their rings snug on their finger while others like a little wiggle room. Let's go over some tips that might help you find the perfect size.

For Rings

  • The ring should fit your finger comfortably: snug enough so it won't fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with relative ease.
  • When the knuckle is bigger than the base of the finger, measure both places and pick the size that is more comfortable in between the two.
  • Measure your ring size at the end of the day and when your fingers are warm. Finger size can change depending on the time of day and the weather. Your fingers are actually smaller in the early morning and in cold weather. Also, keep in mind that fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger.
  • Measure 3 to 4 times with different variables mentioned above for more accuracy.

 Try our "at home" ring sizer that you can cut out and try all on your own!

Ring Sizer Cutout

For Cuffs

How a copper cuff fits is really a personal preference, the method below works right for most people, but if the size you order first doesn't fit right we will happily exchange it! 

To find your size wrap a phone charger cord or a string around your wrist, pinch the string about where the end meets the rest and then measure that length. My wrist measures at 7" and in the forge cuffs, I wear a Medium size. The cuffs are hammer hardened but can be adjusted to fit your wrist. Please do no bend it many times to take it off as this will weaken the metal. Ideally you want to be able to slide your wrist (behind the bumpy parts) through the opening.

  • 6" = Small
  • 7" = Medium
  • 8" = Large
  • 9" = Xlarge
  • Small is very small, for the dantiest wrists.
  • Medium is a very common size, this is what I wear. it is snug but not tight.
  • Large is also a very common size.
  • Xlarge will accommodate wider wrists.

We will make sure you get a cuff that fits. If you don't like the fit, send it back and request a different, we will get it to you. We have even made custom sizes for those very unique individuals.

You can open the cuff by gently pulling apart the ends or close it by pressing in on them. Be careful not to do this too many times as it weakens the metal. Find a size that fits comfortably but won't fall off.

Dillon/Rose Forge Cuffs
For ring & cuff sizing, we understand the importance of finding an accurate measurement. Our jewelry is carefully made to last a lifetime and you should feel confident in your shopping journey. Hopefully this guide can give some clarity to ring sizing, and if not just give us a shout. We are more than happy to help!



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