How do I size my finger for a ring?

The best way to size your finger is to use a ring gauge.  A jeweler will size your ring for no charge or you can find ring gauges online or at hobby stores.  A ring gauge is simple a collection rings connected together.  Try on the the various sizes until you find the one which is the most comfortable.  You must remember that a man's finger size changes slightly  throughout the day so do not pick a size too tight or too loose.  At a hobby store you can most likely use a ring gauge right in the store. 

Our store uses American sizes.  Below is a chart of the American sizes with English and millimeter conversions.  Many countries have different sizing systems.  You can can contact us for a conversion or find conversion charts online.

A less accurate way is to measure the circumference of your finger around the knuckle, but I do not recommend this method because the sizing is in millimeters and it is difficult to get the tape measure in a perfect position to measure accurately. 

 

Size conversion chart

If you have any questions please contact us.

US/CANADA - UK/AUS

5.5  - L

6.0  - M

6.5  - N

7.0  - O

7.5  - P

8.0  - Q

8.5  - Q 1/2

9.0  - R 1/2

9.5  - S 1/2

10.0  - T 1/2

10.5  - U 1/2

11.0  - V 1/2

11.5  - W 1/2

12.0  - Y

12.5  - Z

13.0  - Z+1

13.5  - Z+2

14.0  - Z+3

14.5 - Z+4

15.0  - Z+5

Size-finger circumference in MM

5.5 - 51

6.0 - 52

6.5 - 53

7.0 - 55

7.5 - 56

8.0 - 57

8.5 - 58

9.0 - 59

9.5 - 61

10.0 - 62

10.5 - 63

11.0 - 65

11.5 - 66

12.0 - 68

12.5 - 69

13.0 - 70

13.5 - 72

14.0 - 73

14.5 - 74

15.0 - 75

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