Use this graph to find the perfect size ring.
We mainly stock a UK 6 through to 12. Check below to see what the size is in a standard UK ring size. If you have any questions please visit our support hub and submit a ticket.
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Some tips on how to measure the finger for a ring.
Measuring your finger for a ring is important to ensure a comfortable fit. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to measure your finger for a ring:
You will need:
- A strip of paper or a piece of string
- A ruler or a measuring tape
- A pen or marker
- Prepare the materials: Cut a strip of paper or string, approximately 1/4 inch (0.7 cm) wide and about 4-6 inches (10-15 cm) long.
- Wrap the paper or string around your finger: Take the strip of paper or string and gently wrap it around the base of the finger where you intend to wear the ring. Make sure it’s snug but not too tight, as you want it to fit comfortably.
- Mark the point of overlap: When the paper or string is wrapped around your finger, make a mark at the point where it overlaps.
- Measure the length: Carefully remove the paper or string from your finger and lay it flat. Use a ruler or a measuring tape to measure the length from the end of the strip to the mark you made. This measurement will be the circumference of your finger.
- Determine your ring size: Once you have the circumference measurement, you can use a ring size chart or an online ring size calculator to find your ring size. Ring sizes are typically expressed in standard units like US ring sizes (e.g., 5, 6, 7), UK ring sizes, or European ring sizes.
Additionally, finger size can fluctuate due to factors like temperature and time of day, so it’s best to measure your finger at various times to ensure accuracy.
It’s always a good idea to get professionally measured by a jeweller, especially if you’re buying an expensive or custom-made ring.