How to Measure Your Ring Size

  1. Take a string or strip of paper and wrap it around the exact finger where you plan to wear your ring, making sure it forms a closed loop.
  2. Adjust the size of the loop ensuring the paper snugly wraps around your finger. Aim for a secure fit to determine your ideal size.
  3. Once the paper is snug against your finger, make a mark at the point where the paper crosses over itself.
  4. Place your paper or string flat on a surface, then use a ruler to measure the distance between the two points in millimeters (mm). This measurement represents your ring's circumference. Refer to the chart below to find your ring size.
Finger Circumference US/CAN UK/AUS EUR Asia
44.1 mm 3 F 44.2 4
46.7 mm 4 H 1/2 46.8 7
49.3 mm 5 J 1/2 49.3 9
51.9 mm 6 L 1/2 51.9 11
54.5 mm 7 N 1/2 54.4 14
57.1 mm 8 P 1/2 57.0 16
59.7 mm 9 R 1/2 59.5 18
62.3 mm 10 T 1/2 62.1 20
64.9 mm 11 V 1/2 64.6 23
67.5 mm 12 X 1/2 67.2 25
70.1 mm 13 X 1/2 69.7 27
72.6 mm 14 X 1/2 72.5 N/A

More Expert Tips to Size Your Ring:

  • For rings listed as small or large, small is generally around a size 6.5, and large is generally around a size 7.5.
  • Temperature changes may affect finger size, so try measuring your ring size when your hands are at your average body temperature.
  • Finger size may fluctuate throughout the day, so try measuring your ring size three times, with two hours between each measurement, to help you calculate an accurate average size.
  • If you have a ring that fits comfortably on the same finger, try using it as a reference for sizing a new ring.
  • For wider bands, consider the width of the ring you're planning to purchase. In some cases, opting for a slightly larger size may be advisable.
  • If you're uncertain, Book a Free Style Session with our team or visit your local jeweler for professional sizing.