How to find your ring size
Tips on measuring:
- Your finger size can change throughout the day
- It's a good idea to measure at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Do not measure when your hands are cold; your fingers will be at least half a size smaller
- Ensure that you supply us with the accurate ring size when you are ordering; the following is a guide to help you decide which ring size is best for you.
There is no international standard to express ring sizes. We offer you two ways of determining your ring size: using a table and using a diagram. If you need larger sizes, please contact us.
Using the Diagram
Print out this document at 100% of its size (no reduction) and follow the instructions.
Using the table
The following table should help you convert your ring size into a UK ring size. You have the opportunity to add a comment when placing your order, we recommend that you note down your own country’s exact ring size and let us know in a note the country's name.
To use this table, take a measurement in millimetres around your finger (this is the circumference). Look up the corresponding diameter in the table and find the closest matching size. If you find that the size around your knuckles is significantly bigger than the size of your finger, we can adapt the ring so that it fits the finger. Please contact our adviser for more information.
To verify your ring size, it is also helpful if you can send us a ring that fits your finger exactly. We do not advise to send expensive rings!!! You can also call into a retailer and ask them to measure your finger size or order a ring sizer here from us.