In general Championship rings are larger than traditional jewelry items, and as a result, they feature wider bands which affect fit. It’s common to find that your finger size for a championship ring is 3/4 size larger than your finger size for a traditional ring.
Please size the finger you intend to wear your ring on. Championship rings are usually worn on the right hand, but your selection is entirely up to you.
When making your decision, please make note that wearing a championship ring on your middle finger may be more comfortable in terms of balance.
Also keep in mind that every hand is different, and your finger size can vary from hand to hand.
A good guideline is to start with at least 3/4 finger size larger than any current jewelry you own.
If a jeweler is assisting you, please mention that you are being sized for a championship ring with a larger band.
If you are using a traditional jewelry sizer, we recommend you move the sizer to a location about 2/3 of the way down from your knuckle and not completely tight up against the base of your finger. Doing so will help to mimic how a larger band will fit higher up on your finger towards your knuckle.
A sign of a good fitting ring is the ability to have the ring sizer slide on with ease and be comfortable when making a fist. Additionally, when attempting to take the ring sizer off, it should catch on your knuckle before it completely pulls off your finger. We consider this a nice, firm ideal fit.
If you are in-between sizes, we suggest you choose the larger of the two sizes.
If you are unsure of your ring size, please contact (310)777-7551 and provide Jason of Beverly Hills Customer Service your ring size within 5 business days.