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How to measure a ring size?

The most accurate way to measure a ring size is by visiting a local jeweler (most of them use the traditional European sizes).

However, if you don't have this possibility there are fairly easy ways to figure your ring size at home:

- use a thread to measure the circumference of the finger you are going to wear the ring; the best options is to do it twice during a day: in the morning and in the evening;

- if you already own a ring that fits the finger on which one of the rings from our collections is to be worn, simply measure the inside diameter of the ring.

European ring size
Ring sizes


After measuring the finger circumference or the diameter of the ring, check its length with a meter and compare it with the size chart on our website. If your ring size is not available in the table please contact us directly.

Ring size EU

Circumference of 

the finger (mm)

Inside diameter of the ring (mm)Ring size UK
Ring size USA

5

45

14,3

G

3

64614,6
G1/2
3,5
7
47
14,9
H
4,5
8

48

15,3

I1/2
5
9
49
15,6
J
5
10
50
15,9
J1/2

5,5

11
51
16,2
L
6
12
52
16,6
M
6
13
53
16,9

6,5
14
54
17,2
N
7
15
55
17,5
O
7
16
56
17,8
P
7,5
17
57
18,1
Q
8
18
58
18,5
Q1/2
8,5
19
59
18,8
R1/2
9
20
60
19,1
S
9

21

61
19,4
S1/2
9,5
22
62
19,7
T1/2
10
23
63
20,1
U1/2
10,5
24
64
20,4
V
11
25
65
20,7
W
11




While choosing the ring size keep in mind that:

- fingers size depends on the temperature, time of day, and season - If your fingers swell often look to buy a ring size bigger to leave some space for the movement;

- design of the ring is very important: choose a size that fits closely to the finger for rings that have a thin band and a slightly larger size for rings that have a thick or double band.

Gold rings with nephrite
Double rings with nephrite


Contact us If you have any questions.

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