Ring Size Guide

Courtesy of Our Partners at Tacori

We love a beautiful engagement ring, anniversary gift, just-because gift, or any of the many reasons we celebrate with a beautiful piece of jewellery.

Every situation is different. Some couples go ring shopping together, and both people are actively involved with the ring buying process.

Other people are caught completely by surprise during the proposal. They are seeing and trying on an engagement ring for the first time during this moment.

Regardless of the situation, this ring size guide from our partners at Tacori is a great way to be able to gauge what approximate finger size your loved one is.

If you are able to come into the store, it will be much easier to get a more accurate estimate of the profile and width of the ring you are gifting them.

If this is not possible, this guide is a great way to get as close as you can. Download the sheet, then print it out for the correct size. Read the instructions on the sheet and you are good to go! If you have any questions, you can always get in touch with us. We are here to help!

Other Ways to Gauge Size

Ask a trusted friend or family member if they happen to know your partner's ring size! You might be surprised!

Try one of your partner's rings on your own finger and measure how far it goes! We can estimate size based on this!

Take one of your partner's rings and trace the inside and outside on a piece of paper, then bring the paper to a trusted jeweller. Just make sure it's a ring they wear on their ring finger!

At the end of the day, always keep in mind that La Maison d'Or engagement ring purchases come with a first free sizing, so even if you didn't get it perfectly right, that's okay!

Things to Keep in Mind When Ring Shopping

Your partner's lifestyle is incredibly important when it comes to buying them the perfect ring. If they have a very hands-on job (i.e. doctor, nurse, construction) then you might want to consider a platinum ring because of its resistance to wear and tear.

Be aware of any allergies to metals!

Pick a ring that is in a comfortable price range.

If your partner has a Pinterest page, this is the perfect place to look for inspiration!

Make sure to seek out advice from our trusted, certified jewellers to help you navigate this process and make the best-informed decision for you and your partner.

Remember that 60% of couples tend to come in together to pick out a ring. The surprise, in this case, is when and where, not the ring!


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