You can visit your nearest local jewelry store to get your ring size checked or click here to measure your ring size at home.
You can find your perfect wedding band and engagement ring set by opting for the same metals and choosing similar designs for both rings. If you’d like a clear distinction between the two then you can opt for different metals and colours for the two rings.
There are a few ways in which you can do this, the first could be asking their friends and family to find out for you. If that seems too obvious, you can head to any jewelry store (doesn’t have to be expensive), and you both can try out different rings for fun. You could sneak in and learn about their ring size. If your partner already wears rings, you can take one of their rings as your reference, remember the ring must be for their ring finger. A third unconventional way could be to measure their finger while they’re asleep. Of course, this is only possible if your partner is a deep sleeper. You can wrap a piece of string around their finger while they sleep and make a mark on the string where the strings meet.
Traditionally, an engagement ring is the one you give during the proposal and a wedding ring is usually a wedding band you give to each other during the ceremony while exchanging vows.
Between the wedding band and the engagement ring, the wedding band goes first. As it symbolises the bond between you and your partner, it is placed closer to the heart. It is traditionally worn on the 4th finger of your left hand.
Every finger shape has a ring that looks better on it.
- Longer fingers: Most styles will suit these fingers. Cushion cut diamonds or princess cut diamonds are usually more popular on them.
- Slender and long fingers: Usually, wider settings suit long and slender fingers, though marquise diamonds can help accentuate the length.
- Full and long fingers: Diamonds set in a vertical manner usually suit these fingers best as they draw the eye towards the length of the finger.
- Full and small fingers: Oval, emerald or pear shaped diamonds suit this finger type. You could additionally try princess cut diamonds too.
Yes, we do provide engraving for selected ring designs. You can get in touch with us here to check for the possibility of specific engravings.