MEASURING YOUR RING SIZE
Here are a few things you should consider before measuring your finger:
- If you measure your finger and find that your size is in between two different sizes, you should pick the larger size.
- Remember that due to temperature changes your finger may shrink in the cold or expand in the heat. The best time to measure your finger is at the end of the day, when your fingers are at their largest.
- Your ring should fit comfortably, so that it is tight enough not to fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckles.
- Finally, every ring size chart will vary slightly in its measurements, as there is no internationally recognised standard. Any previous measurement you may have been given by other jewellers may have been measured on a different system and could vary slightly.
RING SIZE CHART
|US||4||4 1/4||4 1/2||4 3/4||5||5 1/4||5 1/2||5 3/4||6||6 1/4||6 1/2||6 3/4||7||7 1/4||7 1/2||7 3/4||8||8 1/4||8 1/2||8 3/4||9|
|UK||H 1/2||I||I 1/2||J||J 1/2||K||K 1/2||L||L 1/2||M||M 1/2||N||N 1/2||O||O 1/2||P||P 1/2||Q||Q 1/2||R||R 1/2|