Size Guide

How to find your ring size.

Size UK Size US Size EU Size Inside Diameter (mm)
Small L 5.75 50.5 16.3
M 6.25 52 16.7
Medium N 6.75 53.5 17.1
O 7.25 55 17.5
Large P/Q 8-8.5 57-58 18.1-18.5
Note: Ring sizes can vary slightly depending on the width of the band and the shape of the ring. This table is for reference only and may not be accurate for all ring styles. It's always best to measure your finger using a ring sizer or by using a piece of string or paper and comparing the measurement to a ring size chart.

If you don't have a ring sizer, you can still measure your ring size using a piece of string, paper, or tissue. Here's how:

Cut a piece of string, paper, or tissue that is approximately 6 inches long and 1/4 inch wide.

  1. Wrap the string, paper, or tissue around the base of the finger where you plan to wear the ring. Make sure it's snug but not too tight.
  2. Mark the point where the string, paper, or tissue overlaps with a pen or marker.
  3. Measure the length from the end of the string, paper, or tissue to the mark you made. Use a ruler to measure in millimeters or inches.
  4. Use a ring size chart to determine your ring size based on the measurement you took. Make sure to use the chart that corresponds to the type of measurement you took (mm or inches).

Note: When measuring your finger with string, paper, or tissue, it's important to measure at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Also, keep in mind that different fingers may have different sizes, so be sure to measure the finger where you plan to wear the ring.