Ring Sizing Guide
The ring sizes in our website are shown in USA sizes (5 to 15) & AUS/UK sizes (F½ to Z+5) . Using this ring size chart, you can determine which size will be best for you. There are three options for measuring your ring size.
Option 1: Measure the diameter of an existing ring
- Measure the internal diameter (mm) of a ring that fits the desired finger
- Use the ring size chart below to locate your size. Refer to the "Existing Ring" column, find the closest diameter measurement, and then refer to the US or AUS size to the right of your diameter measurement. e.g My existing ring measures 19mm in diameter. According to the size chart, I would choose a size 9 or R 1/2.
Option 2: Printable Paper ring Sizer
If you do not have an existing ring to base your size selection on, you can measure your finger using our Printable Paper Ring Sizer. Follow the instructions on the printout. The result provided using this ring sizer is in US sizes. Please refer to the ring sizing guide below for the equivalent Australian size if required.
Option 3: Basic Paper Measurement
If you don't have a printer available, please use a strip of paper as shown below.
- Your ring should fit your finger comfortably, snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over you knuckle.
- Finger size changes depending on the time of the day and the weather. Therefor measure your finger size at the end of the day and when your fingers are warm (finger size is smaller in the early morning and when cold), repeat it 3 times to make sure your results are consistent.
To ensure your finger size in the most accurate way, it is highly recommended to measure it at any jeweler / jewelry store near you.