How Do I Determine My Ring Size?
Measuring Your Finger
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather. For best results measure your finger size:
- At the end of the day and when your fingers are warm (Fingers are smaller in the early morning and when cold.)
- Measure finger size 3 to 4 times to eliminate an erroneous reading.
- Avoid using string or paper to measure ring size as these materials can stretch or twist, yielding an inaccurate measurement.
Ask your significant other's friends or mother if they know her/his finger size. Borrow his/her ring (from the correct finger) and use the ring measurements above to determine its size.
If you are buying an expensive ring or an item you intend to wear permanently, then we recommend that you visit a reputable High Street jeweller's shop and get the ring size for your finger(s) measured accurately by a trained member of staff. Otherwise, there is a simple way to check your ring size using the chart below
|US and Canada||UK and Australia|
|50.6||16.1||5 1/2||K 1/2|
|53.1||16.9||6 1/2||M 1/2|
|55.7||17.7||7 1/2||O 1/2|
|58.3||18.5||8 1/2||Q 1/2|
|60.8||19.4||9 1/2||S 1/2|
|63.4||20.2||10 1/2||U 1/2|
|65.9||21.0||11 1/2||W 1/2|
- Measure your finger in the evening.
Fingers tend to be smaller earlier in the day or when it's cold.
- Heat and humidity may cause your fingers to swell and be larger than normal.
- If you have enlarged knuckles due to arthritis, you may need a size larger than the one listed above.