How to measure ring size at home
There is nothing more annoying than finding your perfect ring online and then realising I don't know what ring size I am! So if you don't have a ring size at home and going to the jewellery store to get it properly sized is way too much of a faff, then don't worry, we've got you covered. Read our ring size measurement guide to find out how to measure ring size, it's super easy and you don't need any fancy equipment!
All you need is a piece of paper or string...
How to measure ring size at home step by step guide:
Step 1: Cut a small strip of paper about 1cm thick or get a piece of string
Step 2: Wrap the strip around the finger that you want to measure (where the ring would sit). Make sure its snug but can still fit over your knuckle.
Step 3: Mark the paper where it joins
Step 4: Measure the length in millimetres (mm)
Step 5: Match the length to the 'C' (for circumference) section our ring size chart as per below:
Ring size measurement for UK
UK Ring Size - Measurement
G – 45.5mm
H – 46.7mm
I – 48mm
J – 48.7mm
K – 49.9mm
L – 51.2mm
M – 52.5mm
N – 53.8mm
O – 55mm
P – 56.3mm
Q – 57.6mm
R – 58.9mm
S – 60.1mm
T – 61.4mm
U – 62.7mm
V – 64mm
W – 65.2mm
X – 66.5mm
We also have a handy video below for extra tips!
Extra top tips to ensure your ring size measurement is as accurate as possible include:
- Don't forget about getting the ring over your knuckle otherwise it will be too difficult to get on and off!
- Fingers are at their smallest when cold, so make sure to not measure when you are cold
- Each finger will be a different size, so make sure you measure the specific finger you want the ring to fit onto
- To measure your finger at it's largest measure them at the end of the day
Now you know your ring size, you can find our wonderful range of handmade unique rings here!