Find Your Ring Size
How to Measure Your Ring Size at Home in Inches and MM
The following instructions is the best way to find your ring size at home accurately.
Things You’ll Need
- Thin strip of paper
- Cut a thin strip of paper
- Wrap the paper around your finger. Make sure the paper is below the joint of your finger and close to your knuckle.
- Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance with your ruler.
Use the chart below to determine your ring size. It has various countries sizes and measurement types
USA UK EUR Measures inches – mm
Size 4: H 47 1 13/16 inches or 1.81in = 46.03mm
Size 5: J ½ 50 1 15/16 inches or 1.93in = 49.21mm
Size 6: L ½ 52 2 1/16 inches or 2.06in = 52.38mm
Size 7: N ½ 54.8 2 1/8 inches or 2.12in = 53.97mm
Size 8: P ½ 57 2 1/4 inches or 2.25in = 57.15mm
Size 9: R ½ 60 2 5/16 inches or 2.31in = 58.737mm
Size 10: T ½ 62 2 7/16 inches or 2.43in = 61.91mm
Size 11: W 65 2 9/16 inches or 2.56in = 65.08mm
Size 12: Y 68 2 5/8 inches or 2.62in = 66.67mm
Size 13: Z+1 70 2 3/4 inches or 2.75in = 69.85mm
Size 14: Z+3 73 2 7/8 inches or 2.87in = 73.02mm
Each country has a different size system gauge
For example: Size ‘ N’ equals ‘54’ equals ‘6.75’ depending on which system your jeweler uses. But a good jeweler can easily convert a size you give them to the one they are familiar with.
The other option to visit a jewellery chain store when passing one day and ask the girls behind the counter to measure your finger for your ring size… they wouldn’t mind helping you size your finger.
Now your finger will be slightly bigger in the afternoon compared to morning, the ring should fit tightly over knuckle to sit snug in place.