How to find your ring size at home

You will need: 

  1. A ruler
  2. Piece of paper
  3. Scissors 
  4. Pen/pencil

Method:


You are going to measure the distance around your finger, and use that measurement to match your ring size on the chart below.


Step 1 (create a paper ring):

  • Cut out a piece of paper that is ¼ inch by 6 inches long.
    • Or 6mm by 150mm
    • It should look similar to this: 
                                                                

 

Step 2:

  • Wrap the paper snug around the finger you would like to wear your ring.

Step 3

  • Mark where the end of the paper overlaps around your finger.

Step 4:

  • Measure the end of the paper, to the mark you made. 
    • The measurement is the distance around your finger.

Step 5

  • Take this measurement and match it with the ring size in the same row, in the chart below.
  • If you are in between sizes, we offer ¼ sizes, or go up to the next closest size.
  • We sell US ring sizes.


Ring Size

Inside Circumference 

(Measurement around your finger)

Europe

UK

US

Millimeters

Inches

4

F

3

44.2

1.74

5

G

3.5

45.5

1.79

6.5

H

4

46.8

1.84

8

I

4.5

48

1.89

9.25

J.5

5

49.3

1.94

10.5

K.5

5.5

50.6

1.99

11.75

L.5

6

51.9

2.04

13.25

M.5

6.5

53.1

2.09

14.5

N.5

7

54.4

2.14

15.75

O.5

7.5

55.7

2.19

17

P.5

8

57

2.24

18.25

Q.5

8.5

58.3

2.29

19.5

R.5

9

59.5

2.34

20.75

S.5

9.5

60.8

2.39

22

T.5

10

62.1

2.44

23.25

U.5

10.5

63.4

2.49

24.75

V.5

11

64.6

2.54

26

W.5

11.5

65.9

2.59

27.25

X.5

12

67.2

2.65

28.5

Z

12.5

68.5

2.7

29.75

Z1

13

69.7

2.75

31

Z2

13.5

71

2.8

32.25

Z3

14

72.3

2.85



  • Though it is never going to be 100% accurate, this is the best estimate to find your ring size at home. Other options include going to a jewelry shop and using ring sizers, or trying on different rings.
  • Pro tip: measure your finger when it is warm, not cold. (Cold fingers are smaller)