Ring Size Guide
Ring Measurement Instruction
Ring sizes usually vary across countries of the world and so do the measurement systems.
Here are two methods to measure your finger:
Method 1: Paper method
- For measuring your desired finger, you have to wrap a small piece of thread or paper around the finger’s base where you would usually wear the ring. Make sure your thread piece or paper piece is snug but not too tightly wrapped.
- Next, mark your point on the paper where the piece of paper or thread overlaps using a marker or pen.
- Lastly, measure the total length marked on the piece of thread or paper from one point to another. The measurement should be in millimeters (mm).
Using the following ring chart, you can determine your finger’s size before you buy the ring:
However, this chart is a general guide and may not be accurate for everyone. It's always best to get your finger professionally measured by a jeweler to know your exact ring size.
Method 2: Ring Method
If you already have an old ring that fits you right, you can use that to measure your exact ring size.
Start by measuring the inside diameter of your current ring but make the measurement in millimeters (using a regular ruler or scale).
Using the conversion chart below, you can determine your ring size.