Ring Sizing Guide

How to find your ring size

If you are unsure of your ring size, you can purchase a ring sizer here. If you then go on to purchase a ring you can use the code you receive with your ring sizer to claim the money you spent on the sizer back.

The plastic ring sizer works like a belt. Once on the finger, it is tightened to be a comfortable fit and the correct ring size can be read from the side.

Please be aware that this sizer is just a guide and the best and most-accurate way to find out your size is to call into a local jeweller and try on a ring of a similar width to the ring you are purchasing.

All rings made by Little Silver Star are measured using the UK sizing system, from A all the way to Z+3.

When measuring your ring size there are a few things to be aware of:

  • Your fingers will change size slightly throughout the day, with the temperature and physical activity having an effect.
  • If your hands are cold, your fingers can be up to half a size smaller.
  • Many of our rings are over 10mm so please be aware that you could be up to 2 sizes bigger in a wider banded ring. This includes stacking rings.

Ordered the wrong ring size?

All unpersonalised rings can be exchanged free of charge if you return them in an unworn condition within 30 days. After 30 days or if you have been wearing the ring, the below charges will apply.

Personalised rings or commissions

Spinner rings can be adjusted up to two sizes bigger or one size smaller. This will incur a flat charge of £30 which covers labour and return postage. Anything outside of these sizes will be quoted depending on the work involved.

Stacking rings without stones can be adjusted to most sizes within reason, e.g. a size J could not be increased to a size Z it is too much of a jump in sizes. This will incur a flat charge of £30 which covers labour and return postage. A set of stacking rings that were purchased together will be classed as one ring, so the adjustment fee will only be charged once.

Stacking rings with stones cannot be made smaller. Unfortunately to make a ring smaller you need to cut it open to take some of the metal out. Because of this you would need to take the stone out which would ruin the setting and a new setting would need to be made.  A cost effective tip for if your ring with a stone is too big is to purchase one of our Simply Stacking Rings in a smaller size to wear above the ring that is too big, this should keep the ring on your finger and you shouldn’t notice the ring too much. Stacking rings with stones can be made up to two sizes bigger but please be aware this could affect the way the ring looks. We do not advise that our Disco Queen Rings are adjusted in any way, as it is likely that the large setting will become damaged or distorted. This will incur a flat charge of £30 which covers labour and return postage. A set of stacking rings that were purchased together will be classed as one ring, so the adjustment fee will only be charged once.

Please get in touch before returning any rings back to us or if you have any questions.

See our range of rings

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