Obvious but fail proof
For our ready to wear lines, the best way to measure your finger is using the rings you currently have wear and you know fit you well, follow these steps:
- Take the said ring
- Get a piece of string
- Take the string inside the ring and measure across or the circumference in mm
- Use the charts to see what your ring size is
If you don’t have any rings or want to know your size, you can measure your finger is using these steps:
- Take a piece of string or a strip of paper
- Wrap it around the finger you’d like to wear the ring on, do make sure it is a snug fit
- Mark where the ends meet with a pen, unwrap it and measure against a ruler (mm)
- Taking the measurement, use the charts to see what your ring size is
Did you know that there are different measurement tables across the world? As we are based in the UK we list our products with alphabet sizes as opposed to numbers. Find your size using the tips above and with the International sizes table below.
Our website stock ladies’ rings in sizes K-N and men’s rings in sizes O -T, but we can also make any UK ring size for you: from the smallest, A, to the largest, Z, so you really can find the perfect fit with us.
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- The average ring size for women is size N½ (for UK and Australia), size 7 (for US and Canada)
- The average ring size for men is size T½ (for UK and Australia), size 10 (for US and Canada)
- When measuring to determine ring size, ensure that you are measuring the exact finger (and hand) where the ring will be worn.
- Measure your finger at the end of the day as that is when they are at their largest
- DON’T measure your fingers when cold as they tend to be a half size smaller when cold
- Rings with wider bands will fit a bit tighter. If you plan to measure one of her rings, try to measure one with a similar width as the ring you want to purchase.
- When determining the ring size from an existing ring, ensure that the ring you choose to measure is worn on the exact finger as the new ring.
- A ring should fit secure enough so that it will never fall off. It should have a loose comfortable fit when sliding it over your knuckle.
We want you to find your perfect fit. So if it’s easier, we’ll send you a free ring sizer – you just pay for shipping. Measure all of your fingers and keep it somewhere safe in case you forget your size.Get your free ring sizer