Print this page. Either print the entire
page or select the text in the middle column along with the ringsizer
and print selection. If you right click the ringsizer image
and click print picture, then the size will be wrong due
to image constraints.
Cut out the ring size guide along the bottom of the
guide and above the numbers so the piece of paper
is approximately 1/4-1/2 inch width.
Wrap the piece of paper around the finger in which
the ring is to be placed with the numbers facing out.
The number that meets the end of the paper with the
star is your ring size.
Ring Size Chart
To find your ring size:
Simply measure the circumference (distance around) your
finger (with something flexible, such as a strip of paper
or piece of string, and a ruler with milimeter measurements).
Or, measure the diameter (distance across) in milimeters
of a ring you currently wear. Find the nearest measurement
on the chart below. That's approximately your ring size.
(When in doubt between two sizes, it is always safer to
go to the next larger ring size. This ensures your new
ring will fit you.)
An example of measuring the diameter of a ring.
The inside of this ring is approximately 18mm in diameter,
making it a size 8 on the chart below.