Here are two useful options for a DIY ring sizing...
- PLEASE NOTE: these are rough guides and should not be used to determine actual ring sizes.
Option 1 – Inside Circumference
Wrap a piece of string around the widest part of the finger you wish to wear the ring on, for most people this is usually the bottom knuckle. (Remember, the ring has to get over your knuckle)
Hold the string in place by bracing it with the surrounding fingers then with a pen mark a line where the string overlaps. (See image above)
Unroll the string and measure the distance between the two marks, by placing the string next to a ruler.
This measurement is your Inside Circumference; use the chart bellow to convert this into your ring size.
Option 2 – Inside Diameter
if you already have a ring that fits the finger you wish to wear the new ring on you can use this method.
Place the ring over a ruler and measure the inside diameter of the ring. The diameter is the distance between the two sides.
- Imagine a line going from one side of the ring to the other passing through the centre of the circle. (See image above)
This is your Inside Diameter; use the chart bellow to convert this into your ring size.
Please remember this is JUST A ROUGH ESTIMATE, make sure you read the Terms & Conditions about ring sizing before placing your order.
For more guidance on ring sizing please see this useful website - The Official International Ring Sizing Conversion Chart.
If you require a size that I do not stock or you are in doubt about anything please feel free to get in touch via my Contact Page and I will do my best to help.