Already know your size according to
different country's standard?
Use the helpful conversion chart below to see which US & Canada size you'd wear.
USA & Canada
|AU & UK||Europe ISO||Japan|
|15 mm||4||H 1/2||47||7|
|16.6 mm||6||L 1/2||52||11|
|18.1 mm||8||P 1/2||57||16|
|19.7 mm||10||T 1/2||62||21|
|21.8 mm||12||Z 1/2||69||28|
Measure an existing ring
1. Select an existing ring that fits the desired finger.
2. Measure the internal diameter of the ring (in mm).
3. Use the below chart to determine your ring size.
|Internal Diameter (mm)||14.1||14.9||15.7||16.5||17.3||18.1||19.0||19.8||20.6||21.4||22.2|
Measure your finger
|1. Prepare a slip of paper and tie it on your finger.||2. Mark on the junction on the paper.||3. Measure the length then get the circumference.|
1. Wrap a strip of paper around your finger where you'd like your ring to be.
2. Make sure that the paper is pulled snug to your finger, the tighter the better, to find your best fit.
3. Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance with a ruler (mm).
4. Use the below chart to determine your ring size.
Tips & Tricks
Measure your fingers at the end of the day when they're at their largest. Cold weather can shrink your fingers up to half size, so make sure they're warm.
Lastly, alcohol and salt can make your fingers swell, so refrain from measuring them after cocktails and appetizers.