Ring Sizer Guide

Getting the right ring size can be tricky - but we're here to help you make sure you do this correctly! 

Some useful tips before you get started

  • Our dominant hands are (usually) slightly larger, so make sure to measure the hand you want to wear the ring on.
  • Our hands tend to change size throughout the day and are dependent on our surrounding environment (hot temperatures will make your fingers expand while cooler temperatures will cause them to shrink). Measure your ring size at the end of the day to get the most accurate result.
  • Rings with thicker bands will feel tighter - so you may want to select one size larger for thicker bands.
  • Remember, if you have any doubts you can always contact us.

How to measure your ring size

Using a pen, ruler, and paper (or string)

  • Cut a strip of scrap paper or use a string.
  • Wrap either around your finger so it sits snug.
  • Make a mark where it meets.
  • Measure the distance with a ruler (in mm).
  • Use the table below to convert the mm to a ring size.

International Ring Size Conversion Chart

If you know your ring size but need to convert it, you can use the below table:

Inside Circumference
(mm)
US/
Canada
EUUK/
Australia
44.3
3
44
F 1/2
44.9-
45G
45.63.50-G 1/2
46.2-46H
46.8447H 1/2
47.4--I
48.14.5048I 1/2
48.7--J
49.3549J 1/2
50.0-50K
50.65.50-K 1/2
51.2
-51
L
51.8652L 1/2
52.5--M
53.16.5053M 1/2
53.7--N
54.4754N 1/2
55.0-55O
55.67.50-O 1/2
56.2-56P
56.9857P 1/2
57.5--Q
58.18.5058Q 1/2
59.1-59R
59.79-R 1/2
60.3-60S
60.99.5061S 1/2
61.6--T
62.21062T 1/2
62.8--U
63.510.5063U 1/2
64.1-64V
64.711-V 1/2
65.3-65W
66.011.5066W 1/2
66.6--X
67.21267X 1/2
67.9--Y
68.512.5068Z
69.1-69Z 1/2
69.71370-

If you need any more assistance, please feel free to contact us.