Size GuideMarch 22, 2022 2022-03-22 14:12
Ring sizing can be tricky! We created this size chart to help you out. So you can order the size that comes closest to your own ring size. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to email email@example.com for help and guidance.
To find out your ring size please make sure you follow the instructions below:
- Wrap a thread or a thin strip of paper around the base of your finger you want to measure, make sure its tight but not too tight.
- Use a pen to mark where the end of the thread or paper meets or overlaps the rest of the thread or paper.
- Line that up with a ruler, measure the length from the starting point to the pen mark to get its length in centimetres and millimetres (for example 5.8cm equals to 58mm), this will give you the circumference of your finger.
- Then check the measurement against the chart below to find your closest ring size, if your exact size is not showing go down to closest one.
|54.4||17.3||N ½ – O||7||14||14.5|
|56||17.8||O ½ – P||7.5||15||15.7|
|58.3||18.6||Q ¾ – R||8.5||17||18.2|
|60||19||R ¾ – S||9||18||19.5|
|61||19.4||S ¾ – T||9.5||19||21|
|62.4||19.8||T ½ – U||10||20||22.5|
|63.8||20.3||U ½ – V||10.5||22||23.5|
If your exact size is not showing go down to closest one.
Note that common ring sizes for women are 6 (16.5 mm), 6.5 (16.9 mm), and 7 (17.3 mm), but it might not be your case. Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance.