Ring Size Guide

Do you know your ring size? Ring sizes vary a lot from person to person so it can be pretty much impossible to guess! We know that it can be really frustrating when you find a ring that you adore, but you have no idea what ring size you’d be and how you’d find the perfect fit! Here's some of our top tips and a simple guide on how to go about measuring your ring size

 

Measure your Finger or your Existing Rings

The most simple way to know your ring size is to get a tape measure and measure around your finger and see our table below to see what size you are based off the circumference of your finger. Or, you can measure around the rings you already have!

A DIY Solution

We don’t all have ring sizers or tape measures lying around at home, but there are plenty of ways that you can easily measure your finger at home using either a piece of string, a strip of paper, or even some dental floss! 

  1. Wrap the piece of string around your finger
  2. Use a pen to mark where the string meets around your finger
  3. Straighten out the string and measure it against a ruler in millimetres
  4. Check the chart below to find your ring size!

Ring Size Chart

 

Circumference (mm)

US Ring Size

UK Ring Size

ARTEMIS Ring Size

49.3

5

J

 

50.6

5.5

K

X Small

51.8

6

L

 

53.1

6.5

M

 

54.3

7

N

Small

55.6

7.5

O

 

56.9

8

P

Medium

58.1

8.5

Q

 

59.4

9

R

Large

60.9

9.5

S

 

62.2

10

T

X Large

 

Tips & Tricks

  • If your knuckle is particular big, you may want to choose a bigger ring size to ensure that the ring can fit over your knuckle
  • Size differences between your left and right hand can exist! So make sure that you are measuring the finger that you intend to wear your ring on
  • How can you tell if a ring fits well? Your ring should slip on easily, but be snug and a little difficult to take off
  • Believe it or not, our finger sizes can fluctuate throughout to day due to hormones, the weather and lots of other things! Given this, it’s a good idea to measure for a ring multiple times over the course of a day - or even a few days - to find the best size for you.
  • If you’re between ring sizes or there's a substantial difference in your finger size throughout the day, we would say that it’s always better to go for a slightly larger size than one that’s too small!

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Author: Natasha Sotiraki, Editor: Charlotte Curran

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