If you don’t know your ring size, there are a couple of nifty tricks to find out.
Option 1 - Measure the diameter
If you already have a ring that fits the finger you’d like to wear your new ring on, you can measure the internal diameter of the ring. Do this by placing your ring on top of a ruler and taking the measurement from the internal centre left hand side to the internal centre right hand side.
That measurement is called the internal diameter.
Take a look at the Diameter column in the table and find the closest match in mm to your measurement. Again, size up if you’re in between two sizes.
Option 2 - Measure the circumference
If you don’t have a ring that fits already, you can find out the circumference of your finger. The circumference is the measurement all the way around your finger. To do this you’ll need a piece of string or ribbon, a pen and a ruler.
- Take a piece of string and wrap it around your finger
- With a pen, mark where the string crosses over
- Take the string and place it on a ruler, measuring the distance to the black dot
- That distance is the circumference of the ring you need
Take a look at the Circumference column in the table and find the closest match in mm to your measurement. Size up if you’re in between two sizes.
|Daisy Size||UK Size||US Size||EU Size||Diameter (mm)||Circumference (mm)|
|Extra Large||S||9 1/2||60||19.2||60.3|
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