Don't know your Ring Size?

There are several ways to check your ring size. The most accurate is to have your finger measured by a jeweller. Rings sizes can differ slightly depending on the tools used to measure your finger, just a few mm can be the difference in a ring being too tight or too loose. Your finger size can also change by a size depending on the time of day and temperature. A ring should be comfortable but not loose enough to fall off.

I can send you a finger measuring tool so you can check your ring size at home. You can order a ring size tool  HERE  

If you already have a ring that fits you can measure the diameter across the inside of the ring and multiply by 3.14 to get the circumference. There are  apps available for mobile devices that can be used to measure a ring. (please note these are third party apps and I have no responsibility for them!)

You can use a strip of paper to measure your finger, it needs to be wrapped tightly and marked where the paper crosses. Measure this and then check the marks again by pulling the paper tightly around the finger. This is the least accurate way of measuring your finger but can be a useful guide if it is the only available method.

This guide shows the internal ring circumference of each size. Rings are listed in Sizes G to Z. If you need a larger or smaller size or have any questions about rings please contact me.

Ring Size (UK)

Circumference (mm)

Ring Size (UK)

Circumference (mm)

A

37.8

N

53.8

B

39.1

O

55.1

C

40.4

P

56.3

D

41.7

Q

57.6

E

42.9

R

58.9

F

44.2

S

60.2

G

45.5

T

61.4

H

46.8

U

62.7

I

48.0

V

64.0

J

48.7

W

65.3

K

50.0

X

66.6

L

51.2

Y

67.8

M

52.5

Z

68.5