Ring Size Guide

How to measure your ring size

1: Your finger size can change throughout the day, so it is a good idea to measure at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Do not measure when your hands are cold; your fingers will be at least half a size smaller.

2: Rings with a particularly thick band will feel tighter than a thin band; in these cases, we recommend buying a full size larger than your normal ring size.

3: If you’re buying a gift, the best way – but not always the easiest way – is to borrow his or her ring (from the correct finger) and use the ring size guide to determine its size. If this is not possible, speak to our advisors. They have lots of experience when it comes to ring sizing, and will talk you through all your options, including re-sizing rings to ensure the most perfect fit possible.

4: Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; it should of course be snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.

5: After all of this, if you are still lost then our advisors have a wealth of knowledge and are always on hand to discuss any questions you may have. Please call +61 2 93272802.

Ring Size

Ring Size

Measured Size

Canada/USA

European

Inches

mm

cm

4

H

1.8307”

46.5

4.65

4 1/2

I

1.8818”

47.8

4.78

5

J 1/2

1.9291”

49.0

4.90

5 1/2

K 1/2

1.9803”

50.3

5.03

6

L 1/2

2.0275”

51.5

5.15

6 1/2

M 1/2

2.0787”

52.8

5.28

7

N 1/2

2.1259”

54.0

5.40

7 1/2

O 1/2

2.1771”

55.3

5.53

8

P 1/2

2.2283”

56.6

5.66

8 1/2

Q 1/2

2.2755”

57.8

5.78

9

R 1/2

2.3267”

59.1

5.91

9 1/2

S 1/2

2.3740”

60.3

6.03

10

T 1/2

2.4251”

61.6

6.16

10 1/2

U 1/2

2.4724”

62.8

6.28

11

V 1/2

2.5236”

64.1

6.41

11 1/2

W 1/2

2.5708”

65.3

6.53

12

X 1/2

2.6220”

66.6

6.66

12 1/2

Z

2.6732”

67.9

6.79

13

2.7204”

69.1

6.91