Finding Your Ring Size
The most common size in the UK is a UK N - Or a US 7
Sizes and Finding Your Size
Rings can be made in any size from UK A/ US 1 through to UK Z+5 / US 15. I have listed UK sizes, along with an option to select a US size - which you can choose by leaving a note with your order at checkout!
To check your ring size using the internal diameter of any existing rings, you can see the chart on this website: http://www.ringsizes.co/. Be careful when measuring, as a mismeasurement of just 1 millimetre can make your ring incorrect by 2 and a half UK sizes!
Use a Ring Sizer!
I DO NOT recommend using the piece of string method for finding your ring size, as this can give you an inaccurate size. It is best to get sized at your local jewellers or I have plastic ring sizers here for your convenience:
Wearing multiple rings on one finger means you may have to go up a size
If you're selecting 5 thin band rings for one finger, it is recommended for you to go up 1/2 a size UK - e.g. from an N to an N 1/2.
For 10 rings to be worn on the same finger I recommend at least a size larger, e.g. N to O or even a P.
PLEASE NOTE: If you require a ring to be resized, there is a charge of £5 GBP plus £2 per ring for orders within the UK, and an additional £14.99 GBP for international orders. Your postage back to us is not covered.