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A Ring Sizing Chart For You

How to Find Your Ring Size for That Perfect Gift (For Yourself or Someone You Love)

If you already have a ring that fits well, please go down to the bottom of this chart

where it says: ‘How to use the diameter of a ring’  to work out the size

If you dont have a ring that fits and you need help with this click here

 

World Ring Sizing Chart
Please note that many countries now use the USA measurement as standard

Europe(circumference) Europe (diameter) USA & Canada U.K &Australia Most of Asia Switzerland France Japan(old system)
44.2 14.1 3 F 4 4 40½
44.8 14.3 5 41½ 2
45.5 14.5 G 42¾ 3
46.1 14.7 6 44 4
46.8 14.9 4 H 7 45¼
47.4 15.1 46½ 7
48.0 15.3 I 8 47¾ 8
48.7 15.5 J 9 49 9
49.3 15.7 5 9 50¼
50.0 15.9 K 10 51½ 12
50.6 16.1 10 N/A N/A
51.2 16.3 L 11¾ 52¾ 13
51.9 16.5 6 11 12¾ 54 14
52.5 16.7 M 12 55½ 15
53.1 16.9 13 14 56¾ 16
53.8 17.1 N 58 17
54.4 17.3 7 14 15¼ 59¼ 18
55.1 17.5 O 60½ 19
55.7 17.7 15 16½ 61¾ 20
56.3 17.9 P 62¾ 22
57.0 18.1 8 16 17¾ 64¼ 23
57.6 18.3 Q 66 24
58.3 18.5 17 67¼ 25
58.9 18.8 R 19
59.5 19.0 9 18
60.2 19.2 S 20¼
60.8 19.4 19
61.4 19.6 T 21½
62.1 19.8 10 20
62.7 20.0 U 21
63.4 20.2 10½ 22 22¾
64.0 20.4 V
64.6 20.6 11 23
65.3 20.8 W 25
65.9 21.0 11½ 24
66.6 21.2 X
67.2 21.4 12 25 27½
67.8 21.6 Y
68.5 21.8 12½ Z 26 28¾
69.1 22.0
69.7 22.2 13 27
70.4 22.4 Z+1
71.0 22.6 13½

How to use the diameter of a ring to apply to the Ring Sizing Chart

Try working out your ring size by laying the ring on a ruler and measuring the MM’s or inches.

To check your finger size simply, just measure the diameter as shown below. Look to the column  above with the heading ‘Europe Diameter’ Then go down the list till you find the diameter you have measured and look across to ‘USA and Canada’ list to find the international size. If you dont have a metric (mm) ruler, just email us the measurement with your inches ruler and we will work it out for you. If you like you can just email us the diameter and we will work it out for you.

Ring Sizing by Remote Control  (using the Ring Sizing Chart)

Finger Rings are by far the most popular of all jewelry (“jewellery“As it is spelt in original English) terms.

Finger Rings are just about as old as history. People have used them for everything from identifying themselves as a member of a club, a school, a university, or as readers of the Phantom comic. (who could forget the skull and crossbones Phantom Ring)

But nothing that rings have been used for could compare with the symbolism they represent in expressing romantic feelings between man and woman, boy or girl. Nowadays with the convenience of ordering online, a problem presents itself. How do you find out the correct size ring to order so that your gift will fit the finger of the wearer?

This is a professional ring sizer to compare with the Ring sizing chart-but if you dont have one of these, check below

How Can You Find Out The Ring Size, and Still Keep the Ring Gift A Secret?

Often guys, who buy gifts for girls, don’t want to let them know whats coming. They want it to be a surprise. Particularly if it’s a marriage proposal. So how do you find out the size of her finger without letting her (or him) know. If the girl is buying a ring for her guy, how does SHE find out too?  The Ring finger wedding ring is the second from the little finger, in case you didn’t know. It does vary from one nation to another but in most Western Countries it’s on the left hand. In Germany the wedding ring band starts off on the left hand for engagement then is transferred to the right hand to stand for marriage. As you can see on the ring size chart, the sizing system also varies between countries although the US size is becoming the standard, like the USD.

It must be said first of course that if you have a ring finger engagement ring with marriage in mind, it would be wise to discuss the details with the receiver of the ring to make sure it fits his or her preferences and that it is sized properly. You can do this by sifting through jewelry books or looking in shop windows, or, as is becoming more popular, type in ‘jewelry designs’ or ‘ring designs’   or maybe be a bit adventurous and look for something different.  Nearly everyone uses diamonds for engagement rings but why not look at something a bit more interesting such as opals, sapphires, rubies, etc. But then, we are getting off the track.  How do you find the right ring size?

Usually the first thing you think of is to ask the person’s mother or close friend if she knows the right size.  If she doesn’t, maybe she can ask the close friend to ‘borrow’ one of the rings and try it on their own finger, carefully making a mark to show where it fitted well. Then later go to a jeweler and get the finger sized to that mark. This could even be done in front of the person just by making out they are interested in the ring and asking if they could try it on.  Just use a bit of initiative in this.  If you ask someone to do this, better make sure you remind them that it’s a secret. You could of course take the ring itself to a jeweler for  ring sizing if you can do it without suspicion, then compare that information with the ring sizing chart.

You could also find something that is tapered, like a candle, and slip the ring over it and make a mark. Then get the candle mark sized by a jeweler and compare it with the ring size chart.

Can all rings be re-sized? Most can, but signet rings can be a problem if there is too much gold and silver on the edge of the ring where it tapers down your finger. (This is called the ‘shoulder’ of the ring. Having said that, most skilled jewelers can size these rings as well, using the information in the ring sizing chart. The only problem rings are those that have inlaid stones such as opal or turquoise that are inlaid into the shank itself. Ring sizing jewelry like this is almost impossible because the stretching of the ring can cause the stones to crack. Check with your opal or turquoise supplier before purchasing these rings. Make sure they are the correct size at time of buying.

We hope that you have benefited by this article featuring the ring sizing chart. If you need any help with it, please leave a message in the blog on this page

7 Responses to “Ring Sizing Chart”

  1. Jessica

    My friend from eourpe told me her ring size is a 8mm. What does that convert to in the us?

    Reply
    • Peter

      So sorry for not answering your question. somehow i didnt get it. you said the finger size was 8mm this does not sound right. Maybe she meant 8 which is a USA finger size. In the UK, this would be P 1/2 but if you are from some part of Asia, it would be 4 1/2 in US size. hope that helps. Peter.

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    • Peter

      Sorry, didnt get your name. We have had a few technical problems in the blog of opalmine.com and i am just checking on some comments made. Many apologies for not getting back to you earlier. please comment again if you would like. very best wishes, Peter

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    • Peter

      A belated answer from peter at opalmine. somehow i didnt get your message so here it is now. please leave another message if you are still interested. best wishes, peter

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    • Peter

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