USA / Canada Size

British / Australian Size

Diameter (mm)

Inside Circumference (mm)

Inside Circumference (Inches)

 

4

H

14.8

46.8

1.840

 

4 1/2

I 1/2

15.1

48.0

1.890

 

5

J 1/2

15.4

49.3

1.940

 

5 1/2

K 1/2

16.1

50.6

1.990

 

6

L 1/2

16.5

51.8

2.041

 

6 1/2

M 1/2

16.9

53.1

2.091

 

7

N 1/2

17.2

54.4

2.141

 

7 1/2

O 1/2

17.6

55.7

2.192

 

8

P 1/2

17.9

56.9

2.242

 

8 1/2

Q 1/2

18.6

58.2

2.292

 

9

R 1/2

19

59.5

2.342

 

9 1/2

S 1/2

19.5

60.8

2.393

 

10

T 1/2

19.9

62.1

2.443

 

10 1/2

U 1/2

20.2

63.3

2.493

 

11

V 1/2

20.7

64.6

2.543

 

11 1/2

W 1/2

21.0

65.9

2.594

 

12

X 1/2

21.4

67.2

2.644

 

12 1/2

Z 1/2

21.7

68.4

2.694

 

13

Z1

22.1

69.7

2.744




How to Measure Your Finger for Ring Size?






·Get Sized at a Jeweler

To ensure the most accurate ring size, we recommend you visit your local jeweler for a professional sizing.

·How to Size Yourself

Use either a thin strip of paper, or a piece of string. Wrap it around the base of the finger you want to measure. With a pen, mark the point on the paper or string where it overlaps, forming a circle on the finger. Measure the length of the paper or string from the starting point to the pen mark. Measure the length by using a flat ruler that measures either inches or milimeters. Milimeters are more accurate. Determine the ring size by using one of the ring size charts above.

·Tips for Measuring Your Ring Size

1. Don't measure cold fingers, as this is when fingers are the smallest.
2. The best time to measure a finger is at the end of the day when the finger is the largest.
3. Take at least two measurements for accuracy.
4. Pull tightly, the sizer must fit snugly to produce an accurate size.


·If you have any problems, please feel free to Contact Us at any time!


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