Before making a coin ring for someone, it’s important to make sure that you know what size their finger is that they plan to wear the coin ring on.
The best way to accurately know that is to have a set of ring sizing gauges like the set shown below on hand. When I run into someone that comments on my coin ring that I wear, and they express an interest on wanting one for themselves, I pull out my set of ring sizing gauges and instantly I know what size to make their coin ring. Not only does it take the guess-work out of it, but you’re eliminating an extra step for people who might otherwise forget to get their finger sized; and you might lose an opportunity to sell them a coin ring as a result of that.
If you don’t want to purchase one or have to carry it around, you can always tell the person that you’re speaking with to go to their local jewelry store to get their finger sized, or they can go to a big-box store like WalMart or Target and ask to get their finger sized at the jewelry counter. They will provide that service at no charge.
Lastly as another ring-sizing option, I have included a free Ring Sizer Sheet below. To access it, simply CLICK on the document below to print it, follow the simple steps, and you will be able to measure your or someone else’s finger with it!