Ring Size Chart
How to Measure Yourself for a Ring
If you want to make sure that you are buying a ring in the right size then you will know how difficult this can be. After all, there are so many shapes available and there are also so many styles for you to choose from. If you want to get a good result out of your ring then it helps to make sure that your finger is not too hot or too cold. You can then tie a piece of string around the finger loosely, and then use this as a ballpark measurement to try and find the right size.
There are a lot of downloadable sheets online and these can easily be used to try and find the right ring size. If this is not an option then don’t worry, there are plenty of other things that you can do to try and find your size. One thing that you can do is wrap some flexible measuring tape around your finger. You’ll want to do this closest to the knuckle, as this is known as being the biggest part of your finger. If you want to get the best result then try and measure it at the end of the day, as your fingers often change sizes as time goes on!
Where the tape overlaps on the finger, measure up to this point in milometers. You can then easily compare this to a measurement guide online and this will tell you your ring size. It’s important to know that the best way for you to find out your ring size would be for you to try a ring on in a store, and then order online. You can even buy a ring sizer online as well, and this will give you a great idea of what size you need and what fits most comfortably.
Ring Size Converter
When your not sure about your ring size, check out our ring sizes chart below for measurements in different countries. Pick your country and check for a size that fits you or size close to it. If not sure about your ring size please contact us for help or advice in choosing a size for you.
Rings size conversion chart
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