Ring Size Guide

Choosing the right ring size might seem complicated, but it doesn't have to be. We've got you covered with simple tools and tips to help you easily find your size.

1. Using an existing ring

Do you already own a ring that fits your desired finger perfectly? Great! This makes things easy. Measure the inside diameter of the ring using a ruler or measuring tape and refer to the size chart below to find the corresponding EU size.

Tip: Choose a ring with a similar band width for accurate comparison.

Alternatively, you can use our Printable Ring Sizing Guide to determine your ring size. Just print the document on A4 paper at 'actual size' or 100% scaling, without further adjustments. Verify the print by measuring the reference dimension.

Now place your ring onto the circles. The inner circumference of the ring should align with the outer edge of the circle (the circle should be fully visible, but not exceeding the edge).

Our ring sizes go up in even numbers (48, 50, 52, etc.). If your exact size falls in between, opt for the larger size.

2. Measuring your finger's circumference

You can measure your finger's circumference by cutting a narrow strip of paper (approx. 0.5cm wide) and wrapping it snugly around your finger. Mark where the ends overlap with a pen, then measure the length up to the mark. The measurement in millimetres corresponds to your ring size.

Tip: Repeat the process to ensure accuracy or have someone assist you. Also, check out our general tips below.

To make it even easier, we've created a Ring Sizing Template that you can print and cut out. Pay attention to the print settings: use A4 paper, select 'actual size', or 100% scaling. Verify your printout by measuring the reference dimension.

  • Cut along the outer line and create a slit along the dotted line.
  • Wrap the template around your finger, ensuring you can see the numbers, and insert the free end through the slit.
  • Tighten the template until it fits snugly. You can now read your ring size at the 'Your size' mark.

Tips for finding your perfect ring size:

  • Left and right hand fingers usually differ in size. Hence, measure on the hand where you intend to wear the ring.
  • Avoid measuring your fingers when they're cold, as they tend to be thinner. The opposite applies to warm fingers.
  • Fingers are often slightly thicker in the evening compared to the morning. For accuracy, measure at different times of the day and calculate an average.
  • Our ring sizes go up in even numbers (48, 50, 52, etc.). If your exact size falls in between, we recommend choosing the larger size.
  • Notably, ring sizes 52 and 54 are the most common for women.

Still not sure? We're here to help! Feel free to reach out via our Contact Form.