If you do not know your ring size we strongly advise you go to a local jewellers and have them measure your ring size in millimetres.
We will try as hard as we can to advise you on your ring size but we can not be held responsible for determining your ring size. Everyone likes wearing their rings differently depending on the shape of your hands - its best to go and get measured! Whether you want to know the size of your finger or an existing ring, here are two ways you can find your ring size:
-Visit a local jeweller and have them size your finger or an existing ring.
-Using an accurate ruler, carefully measure the internal diameter of an existing ring which fits and send us the measurement in millimetres.
Common ring sizes are : (French - UK - inner diameter)
* 49 - J 1/2 - 15,7mm
* 51 - L - 16,1mm
* 53 - N - 16,9mm
* 55 - O - 17,35mm
* 57 - Q - 18,2mm
* 59 - R 1/2 - 18,9mm
* 61 - S 1/2 - 19,41mm
* 63 - U 1/2 - 20,2mm
* 65 - V 1/2 20,68mm
Measure your ring size at the end of the day when fingers are at their largest. Consider the width of the band, a particularly thick band will feel tighter than a thin band so you may want to buy up to a full size larger than your normal ring size. Ensure that your ring sizer fits comfortably, snug enough so that so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle. If you know your knuckle is on the larger side, you should order half a size bigger than what your finger alone indicates.Avoid measuring your hands when they are cold, they may have shrunk up to half a size. Avoid measuring your hands after alcohol and excessive salt consumption - these can make your fingers swell.
*We do not accept any responsibility of you checking your jewellery sizes on these guides or external websites.
Any information on the website regarding sizing of products is included as a guide only.
If you are in any doubt as to the size of any product you require, we recommend that you contact us prior to placing an order.