“Piper’s jewelry is of the highest quality and craftsmanship. Every piece is beautifully designed and elegant in its simplicity. I highly recommend Piper.”
New York City
“I’m a long time Piper customer. From gifts to celebrations, anniversaries or just because, I have quite the collection. I’m drawn to the elegant simplicity of Piper’s design and impeccable craftsmanship.”
Bronxville, New York
“This may be my first Piper purchase, but it certainly will not be my last. All of the jewelry is exquisite and I love my new ring–and all of the complements I get. The design, quality and workmanship exceeded my expectations! Piper is certainly my “go to” destination to feed my love of fabulous jewelry…”
Chappaqua , New York
“I am so happy with my new jewelry from Piper Jewels – as always exceptional quality from a jeweler that has been making quality product for generations. The most coveted designs and impeccable quality make their products a must have for modern women.”
Scarsdale, New York
“LOVE Piper Jewels! I’m a huge fan! Each piece I own is delicate and beautiful. Piper’s lasting designs are classic yet contemporary; I never take them off.”
When shopping for rings online, it's essential that you know your accurate ring size. This will ensure the ring you love fits like a charm. Discovering your ring size can be as simple as heading to your local jeweler and having your finger measured, but there are also a few easy ways to assess your ring size at home.
1. Measure Your Finger
One of the easiest ways to assess your ring size is to measure your finger with a strip of paper or string. Start by cutting out a strip of paper that is approximately 3/4-inch wide and 4 inches long. Wrap the paper around the base of the intended finger, and then mark where the paper overlaps. The length of the paper you measured in millimeters is the circumference of your finger. After finding this measurement, use our conversion chart to find the corresponding ring size. If the size of your finger below the knuckle drastically differs in size from the knuckle itself, measure your knuckle as well and choose a size that falls more in the middle of these two measurements.
2. Measure a Ring You Already Have
If you have a ring that already fits your finger well, you can use a ruler to measure the inside diameter of this ring. Just take your ruler and measure straight across the inside of the ring from edge to edge. Take the diameter measurement in millimeters, and then use our measurement-conversion chart to find your ring size.