Measuring at Home
We use the same ring sizing conventions as the United Kingdom.
*PLEASE NOTE: The most accurate measurements can be obtained from us in studio, or a local jeweller near you. We can not be held responsible for inaccurate sizings not taken in our studio. Re-sizing & Courier fees will be charged accordingly.
1 - Measure a ring you already own (preferred method): If you have a ring at home that you already wear on the desired finger and fits perfectly - Lay the ring flat and use a ruler to measure the inner diameter of the ring. This is the length in mm from one side of the band to the other, at its widest point. Starting at the inside of the band on the left and ending at the inside of the band on the right.
2 - Measure your finger: This method should be your last resort and should only be used if you do not have the option of having your ring size taken by a professional jeweller. Take a piece of stiff cardboard, plastic or thick wire and wrap it around the finger you will be wearing the ring on - lay the piece of material flat against a ruler and use the measurement in mm as your finger circumference. This method has a larger risk of being inaccurate as we do not know how stretchy or thick the material used will be and how tightly you have wrapped it around your finger.
3 - Convert:
Find your measurement or its closest interval in the below table for your UK ring size.
Please don't hesitate to contact us for assistance.