Ring Size Guide

It's important to choose your ring at the correct size*; if you live close to our shop in Morley, please pop in and we'll measure for you or you could pop into your local jewellers. Alternatively you could work out your size yourself; already have a ring that you can measure? Follow the instructions to find the diameter, if not - follow the instructions to find the circumference. 

Find the Diameter of a Ring

Diameter is the measurement across the inner width of the ring.

  1. Find a ring that fits.
  2. Lay ring on top of ruler, and measure the widest area inside the ring from inner edge to inner edge. Round to the closest whole millimetre.
  3. If your ring is a different shape and is not circular, measure the shortest distance across. 
Diameter UK
16.5 mm l - l1/2
16.9mm m
17.2 mm n
17.5 mm o
17.8 mm o - p
18.1 mm p
18.5 mm p1/2 - q1/2
18.8 mm r
19 mm r1/2 - s
19.8 mm t1/2
20.4 mm v

Find the Circumference of a Ring

Circumference is the measurement around the base of the finger.

  1. Cut a long strip of paper that is 5mm wide.
  2. Wrap strip of paper around the base of desired finger. For the most accurate result, pull paper as tight as possible. Don’t worry! The correct ring size is determined based on a tight measurement, the ring itself won’t fit that tight.
  3. Make sure the paper is evenly overlapped and pulled tight, and mark where the strip of paper meets itself.
  4. Measure the length of the strip of paper in millimetres. Round to the closest whole millimetre.
Circumference UK
52 mm l - l1/2
53mm m
54 mm n
55 mm o
56 mm o - p
57 mm p
58 mm p1/2 - q1/2
59 mm r
60 mm r1/2 - s
62 mm t1/2
64 mm v


Sizing Tips

When choosing a ring size: Choose the ring size of the largest finger you’ll be wearing the ring on.

When measuring, round to the closest whole millimetre.

Wide shank rings: This ring has a wider band. We recommend going one size larger than your normal ring size.

*Refunds will not be given if the reason for the requested refund is the wrong size.