Need to talk about ring size?
Most of our rings can be re-sized by our in-house goldsmith so please get in touch if you've seen a ring you'd like but the size isn't right.
If you do not know your ring size and you are unable to get your finger sized by a jeweller, then you can follow the below steps to get your estimated size. Alternatively, we will be delighted to send you a free ring-sizer which sizes from A - Z+9.
Find a piece of string or strip of paper no wider than 1/2 inch.
Wrap it around the finger at the base of where the ring will sit.
Use a pen to mark the point on the string/paper where it meets, forming a complete circle.
With a ruler, measure the length from the starting end of the string/paper to the pen mark.
Use the chart below to determine your UK ring size.
For the most accurate reading using this method measure the finger at the beginning and end of the day to compare one against the other. Your fingers will change by c. 1/2 a size depending on the temperature when you take the measurement - when your hands are very warm your ring size will be slightly larger, when your hands are very cold your ring size will be slightly smaller.
Here are some tips to make your ring size measurement more accurate:
- Your ring should fit by sliding on fairly easily but should come off with slight resistance.
- Remember to take account of the size of your knuckle, which may be larger than where the ring will sit.
- If you are between sizes. then you can choose half sizes. For example, if you were a slightly bigger than a 'J' size you would be a 'J 1/2'.
UK Ring Size - Measurements
G – 45.5mm
H – 46.7mm
I – 48mm
J – 48.7mm
K – 49.9mm
L – 51.2mm
M – 52.5mm
N – 53.8mm
O – 55mm
P – 56.3mm
Q – 57.6mm
R – 58.9mm
S – 60.1mm
T – 61.4mm