Check out our international ring sizing chart below to find the perfect size ring. Follow this ring size guide all the way through to get most accurate ring size. The easiest way to measure your fingers size (Diameter & Circumference) is through the use of a piece of string or a thin piece of paper.
INTERNATIONAL RING SIZE CHART:
|Inside Diameter||Inside Circumference||Sizes|
|MM||MM||DE, RU, UA & Asia||FR||US, MEX & Canada||UK, OZ, NZ & IE||CN, JP, TR, IL & SA||IT, ES, NL & CH|
|16.1||50.6||16||51 3/4||5 1/2||L||12||11 3/4|
|18.2||57.2||18||57 3/4||8||Q||16||17 3/4|
|18.9||59.3||19||60 1/4||9||R 3/4||18||20 1/4|
|21.1||66.2||21||66 1/4||11 1/2||W 3/4||24||26 1/4|
RING SIZES - We offer two ring sizes, S/M & M/L. If unsure please check the conversion chart above to convert your size and find out if you fit a S/M or M/L.
How to use a ring size chart:
If you are a bit confused on where in this ring size guide start with our ring size chart above and follow the bullet points below to ensure you use it effectively.
- Measure your ring size (Consult instructions below).
- Round up or down your diameter and circumference to the nearest measurement on our chart.
- Find your country in our size column and pick the appropriate ring size.
How to measure ring size:
1. Grab a piece of string or thin piece of paper (on our printable ring sizer) and wrap around your finger where you would like the ring to sit. (Make sure to not wrap it around the finger to tight or loose, have it as tight as you would like the ring to be on your finger.)
2. Grab a marker pen and draw a line where the string/paper overlaps.
3. Measure the piece of string up to the marked line with a ruler and note down the circumference mm of your finger.
4. Consult the ring size chart above and compare the inside circumference column to your countries ring sizes.
5. If your circumference mm is in-between the circumferences on our size conversion chart round up or down depending on which is closer.
How to find your partners ring size:
If you are looking to buy a ring for your other half it can be a pain trying to find their size. To help make it easier for you we have 3 different methods you can try to get your partners ring size as accurate as possible.
1. Existing rings
This is our favourite method of finding the most accurate ring size possible. Simply grab a ring from their collection and take it to a jewellers for it to be measured.
If that is not practical you can measure at home with our printable ring sizer to find the diameter and then compare to our conversion chart above.
2. Compare ring size to your own finger
Try and place your partners ring on your finger. Use a marker to mark where the ring get stuck and then either measure yourself using a string/paper or take it to a jewellers for an accurate measurement.
3. Guess their ring size
If you are unable to access any of your partners rings then the next step is to take an educated guess. If your partner is small then chances are they are have a below average ring size and same applies if your partner is above average size.
Practical ring sizing tips:
Please measure your fingers when they are warm as fingers may expand and contract depending on temperature.
The best time to measure your finger is in the evening, when they are at their largest.
To get accurate measurements measure your finger 3 times at different times throughout the day and then calculate the mean ring size.
Don't worry if the ring is an incorrect size as jewellers can resize rings to fit your finger.
If your knuckle bulges out make sure to take it into consideration when selecting a ring size as you will want to make sure it is loose enough to get over the knuckle but not to loose that it slips off.
Average ring size in UK is T 1/2 for men and L-N for women.