our size guide for
your sizes

Measuring your
Ring Size

Choosing the right ring size is of course important, your ring must feel comfortable around your finger. But there are many different ring sizes and other countries use different sizes. Which is confusing. For this we’ve made our own size guide!

So you can easily compare the inner diameter and the circumference of your ring and convert it to your ring size.
We use the European size as our standard.

Haven’t found your size? No problem!
Send us a message with your size and we will tailor it for you 😉

Diameter (mm)Circumference (mm)Ring Size EURing Size US & CARing Size GB & AU
11.9537.54121/2A
13.0040.84131 3/4C 1/2
14.0544.14143F
15.0447.25154 1/4I
16.0050.27165 3/8K 1/2
16.3051.2116.255 3/4L 1/4
16.5151.8716.56M
16.9253.16176 1/2N
17.4554.8217.57 1/4O 1/2
17.9756.45187 3/4P 1/2
18.5358.2118.58 1/2Q 3/4
19.1060.00199 1/8S
19.2260.3819.259 1/4S 1/4
19.5161.2919.59 5/8T
20.0262.892010 1/4U
20.2063.4620.2510 1/2U 1/2
20.4464.2120.510 3/4V 1/4
20.9465.782111 3/8W 1/2
21.4967.5121.512Y
22.1069.432212 3/4Z + 1/2
22.6071.0022.513.5Z + 1.5
23.0672.4523Z + 3
23.4773.7323.5Z + 4
23.8774.9924Z + 5

* The dimensions in the size guides are indicative. Is your size between two sizes? Take a size bigger just to be sure or send us a message with the size you would like to have.

how to measure
your ring size

Nice all those ring sizes and your size guide, but how do I know what my ring size is?
Within a webshop it’s hard to fit all rings to see which fits you best. Buying them all and then later on returning them, is not always an option.

Besides, each finger is different. Each finger has its own size, which also changes due to weather influences.
During warm weather fingers expand and during cold weather fingers shrink in size. To do a good measurement, it is therefore useful to measure your finger on two different days. Preferably when your hands have their normal temperature.

We still think the best way to measure your ring size is to have it measured by a jeweler.

But of course, you can also measure it yourself.
There are two handy ways to quickly find your ring size. But for this, you need an old well-fitting ring.

You can measure your old ring with a ruler, not our preference, but an option.
Put your ring on the ruler and read carefully what the inner diameter is.

Measure your ring size with our size guide

The other option is to measure your ring with a caliper. We find this way a bit more accurate, especially when using a digital caliper.

Measure your ring size with our size guide

other ways to determine
your ring size

Don’t have an old ring? No problem! Another alternative to measuring your ring size is by means of a Multisizer.
A multisizer works like a belt, but then for your finger. This plastic strip contains all the ring sizes and depending on your size. The multisizer will indicate what your ring size is. Check back with our size guide and you’re good to go.

A handy tool that does require a small investment.

Of course it’s true that each ring feels different around the finger. So if you really want to know if a ring from us is comfortable before you actually want to order, then you can order dummy rings from us.

We print 3D the ring in plastic in 3 different ring sizes. This way you can determine if it is the right ring size and if the ring fits nicely around your finger. The dummy rings are especially useful as a check when you want to order a ring from us in a more expensive material, such as titanium, gold or platinum.

They are a slightly more expensive investment, but at least you can be sure the ring fits nicely.

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