A good method of determining your Comfort Fit size is to first determine your Standard Fit size , and then order a half size smaller. For example, if you are measured for a Standard Fit size 9.0 by your local jeweller, you should order a Comfort Fit size 8.5. This is simply a general recommendation, not a hard rule. For rings that are wider than 8 mm, it is not recommended to go down half a size because rings wider than 8 mm fit tighter. Ring sizes are a bit like shoe sizes and differ slightly from manufacturer to manufacturer. This is why different jewellers may measure your finger at slightly different sizes. The most accurate way to determine your Comfort Fit size is to request our FREE ring sizer. Our ring sizer is very accurate so, you do not need to order a half size smaller. Just order the exact size you were measured at by our ring sizer.
This type of fitting is defined as a ring that is flat along the interior of the ring (where the ring touches the ring finger). This is easiest to illustrate by comparing the interior of the ring to the interior of a pipe, it is the same diameter from one edge to the other. This type of fit is most commonly used in precious metal rings such as platinum, palladium, and white gold. Although it is slightly less comfortable to wear when compared to Comfort Fit, Standard Fit is definitely not “uncomfortable”. Standard Fit has been used in the jewellery industry for centuries.