Ring Size Guide
Ring Sizing Methods
Both sizing methods require accuracy and following to the exact instructions
- Take a paper strip as width as the ring you want to purchase.
- Wrap the paper strip around the ring finger so that you feel the strip touching your finger but not too tightly, and mark the length on the paper strip.
- Open the paper strip, lay it on the table and measure the length required to circle your finger up to the mark you marked in the previous section.
- The length you got must be converted to mm (for example: you got 2.047 Inch/5.2 cm = 52 mm), and now you have the inner circumference of the ring in millimeters.
- Now that you know the inner circumference of the desired ring, you can look it up in the table below and know your ring size according to European and American size method:
52 mm inner circumference = size 52 in the "European Method" = size 6 in the "American Method".
The diameter is 16.5 mm.
Please note because this method uses an existing ring, it is best to choose a ring that can be laid flat, with no big elements on it. If you don't have a ring like that you can hold your ring and ruler in your hand while measuring, instead of laying them on the table, but it is important to be very precise!
- Take an existing ring you have that fits the finger of the new ring you want to purchase.
- Lay a thin flat ruler on the table and place the ring on it. The ring must be positioned so that the ruler bars are exactly in the middle of it= ring diameter.
- After placing the ring on the ruler exactly according to the instructions in the previous step, you can look from above and see the length of the inner ring diameter. should be converted to millimeters.
- Now that you know the inner diameter of the desired ring, you can look it up in the table below and know your ring size according to European and American size method:
Inner diameter of 17.75 mm = size 56 in the "European method" = size 7.5 in the "American method".
The inner circumference will be 56 mm.