Ring Size Chart Guide

Having trouble finding your ring size? Use this convenient ring size chart to find the perfect fit. Print it out and follow the instructions to get an accurate measurement.

In this helpful guide, you’ll be sure to find a ring that’s just right for you!

How to Measure Ring Size at Home

Measuring your ring size at home is an easy way to ensure that the ring you purchase is the perfect fit. You will need a flexible measuring tape or a piece of string, a ruler and pen and paper.

Begin by wrapping the measuring tape (or string) around your finger where you would like to wear the ring–make sure it fits comfortably.

Mark on the tape (or string) where it meets in a full circle, then measure this length on the ruler.

Write down the millimeter measurement, as this is your ring size. If using string, measure its length against a ruler before comparing it to a size chart for accuracy.

measuring ring size with a string

The U.S. Ring Size Guide

Selecting the right size ring is often a daunting task since each country has its own sizing standards.

However, in the US, understanding the US ring size guide can help increase your chances of selecting the perfect fit.

Measurement circles are used to denote ring sizes, and they are traditionally marked with numbers representing different sizes (in the UK, they use letters for ring sizes.)

U.S. sizes range from 3 to 13.5, with women typically wearing between 3 and 9 and men usually opting for 8 through 14 – but that’s not all they match…

Each number (and half-number) correlates to the width of your finger in millimeters. For example, 14 millimeters translates into size 4 – and it only gets larger from there!

Ring Size Chart UK

In the United Kingdom, the ring size is measured by letters.

Here is a ring size chart from the UK to the US:

UK SIZE APPROX US SIZE APPROX EU SIZE
C 1 3/4 40 1/2
D 2 1/4 41 1/2
E 2 3/4 42 3/4
F 3 1/4 44 1/2
G 3 3/4 45 1/2
H 4 1/4 46 1/2
I 4 3/4 47 3/4
J 5 1/4 49 1/2
K 5 1/2 50 1/4
L 6 51 1/2
M 6 1/2 52 1/2
N 7 54
O 7 1/2 55 1/4
P 8 56 1/4
Q 8 1/2 57 1/2
R 8 3/4 58 1/2
S 9 1/2 60 1/4
T 9 3/4 61 1/2
U 10 1/4 62 1/2
V 10 3/4 63 3/4
W 11 1/4 65 1/4
X 11 3/4 66 1/4
Y 12 1/4 67 1/2
Z 12 3/4 68 3/4

Women’s Ring Size Chart

Diameter in mm US size EU size
14 3 44
14.4 3.5 46
14.8 4 47
15.2 4.5 48
15.6 5 50
16.0 5.5 51
16.45 6 52
16.9 6.5 53
17.3 7 54
17.7 7.5 56
18.2 8 57
18.6 8.5 58
19 9 60
19.4 9.5 61
19.8 10 62
20.2 10.5 64

Men’s Ring Size Chart

Inside Circumference US/Canada European Standard Japanese
Inches MM
1.840 46.8 4 46 1/2 7
1.890 48.0 4.5 47 3/4 8
1.940 49.3 5 49 9
1.990 50.6 5.5 50 1/4 10
2.041 51.8 6 51 1/2 11
2.091 53.1 6.5 52 3/4 13
2.141 54.4 7 54 14
2.192 55.7 7.5 55 1/2 15
2.242 56.9 8 56 3/4 16
2.292 58.2 8.5 58 17
2.342 59.5 9 59 18
2.393 60.8 9.5 60 1/4 19
2.443 62.1 10 61 1/2 20
2.493 63.3 10.5 62 3/4 22
2.543 64.6 11 64 23
2.594 65.9 11.5 65 1/4 24
2.644 67.2 12 66 1/2 25
2.694 68.4 12.5 67 3/4 26
2.744 69.7 13 69 27
2.795 71 13.5 29
2.845 72.3 14 31
2.895 73.5 14.5 32
2.945 74.8 15 33
2.996 76.1 15.5
3.046 77.4 16
3.096 78.6 16.5
3.146 79.9 17
3.197 81.2 17.5
3.247 82.5 18
3.297 83.7 18.5
3.347 85.0 19
3.397 86.3 19.5
3.448 87.6 20

 

Ring Size in Inches

If you want to measure your ring size in inches then here is a chart for that. Measure your finger the same way with a measuring tape or a string and write down inches on the paper instead of millimeters.

The chart here will fall somewhere in between the whole sizes:

Size 4: 1 13/16 inches

Size 5: 1 15/16 inches

Size 6: 2 1/16 inches

Size 7: 2 1/8 inches

Size 8: 2 1/4 inches

Size 9: 2 5/16 inches

Size 10: 2 7/16 inches

Size 11: 2 9/16 inches

Size 12: 2 5/8 inches

Size 13: 2 3/4 inches

Size 14: 2 7/8 inches

Ring Size in CM

Here is a ring size chart in centimeters.

Size 5: 5cm

Size 6: 5.5 cm

Size 7: 6 cm

Size 8: 6.5 cm

Size 9: 7.5 cm

Size 11: 8 cm

Ring Size in MM

Size 4: 14 mm

Size 5:  15.7mm

Size 6: 16.5mm

Size 7: 17.3mm

Size 8: 18.2mm

Size 9: 18.9mm

Size 10: 19.8mm

Size 11: 20.6mm

Size 12: 21.3mm

Size 13: 22.2mm

Size 14: 23mm

Ring Size Conversion Chart

Here you can find the U.S. and international ring size conversion chart.

Inside Diameter (inches) Inside Diameter (mm) Inside Circumference (inches) Inside Circumference (mm) USA & Canada British, Irish, Australian & New Zealand European
0.458 11.6 1.438 36.5
0.466 11.8 1.463 37.2
0.474 12 1.488 37.8 A
0.482 12.2 1.513 38.4 A 1/2
0.49 12.4 1.539 39.1 1 B
0.498 12.6 1.564 39.7 1 1/4 B 1/2
0.506 12.9 1.589 40.4 1 1/2 C
0.514 13.1 1.614 41 1 3/4 C 1/2
0.522 13.3 1.639 41.6 2 D 1.5
0.53 13.5 1.664 42.3 2 1/4 D 1/2
0.538 13.7 1.689 42.9 2 1/2 E 2.75
0.546 13.9 1.714 43.5 2 3/4 E 1/2
0.554 14.1 1.74 44.2 3 F 4
0.562 14.3 1.765 44.8 3 1/4 F 1/2 5.25
0.57 14.5 1.79 45.5 3 1/2 G
0.578 14.7 1.815 46.1 3 3/4 G 1/2 6.5
0.586 14.9 1.84 46.7 4 H
0.594 15.1 1.865 47.4 4 1/4 H 1/2 7.75
0.602 15.3 1.89 48 4 1/2 I
0.61 15.5 1.915 48.7 4 3/4 J 9
0.618 15.7 1.941 49.3 5 J 1/2
0.626 15.9 1.966 49.9 5 1/4 K 10
0.634 16.1 1.991 50.6 5 1/2 K 1/2
0.642 16.3 2.016 51.2 5 3/4 L 11.75
0.65 16.5 2.041 51.8 6 L 1/2 12.75
0.658 16.7 2.066 52.5 6 1/4 M 12.75
0.666 16.9 2.091 53.1 6 1/2 M 1/2 14
0.674 17.1 2.116 53.8 6 3/4 N
0.682 17.3 2.141 54.4 7 N 1/2 15.25
0.69 17.5 2.167 55 7 1/4 O
0.698 17.7 2.192 55.7 7 1/2 O 1/2 16.5
0.706 17.9 2.217 56.3 7 3/4 P
0.714 18.1 2.242 56.9 8 P 1/2 17.75
0.722 18.3 2.267 57.6 8 1/4 Q
0.73 18.5 2.292 58.2 8 1/2 Q 1/2
0.738 18.7 2.317 58.9 8 3/4 R 19
0.746 18.9 2.342 59.5 9 R 1/2
0.754 19.2 2.368 60.1 9 1/4 S 20.25
0.762 19.4 2.393 60.8 9 1/2 S 1/2
0.77 19.6 2.418 61.4 9 3/4 T 21.5
0.778 19.8 2.443 62.1 10 T 1/2
0.786 20 2.468 62.7 10 1/4 U
0.794 20.2 2.493 63.3 10 1/2 U 1/2 22.75
0.802 20.4 2.518 64 10.3/4 V
0.81 20.6 2.543 64.6 11 V 1/2
0.818 20.8 2.569 65.2 11 1/4 W 25
0.826 21 2.594 65.9 11 1/2 W 1/2
0.834 21.2 2.619 66.5 11 3/4 X
0.842 21.4 2.644 67.2 12 X 1/2 27.5
0.85 21.6 2.669 67.8 12 1/4 Y
0.858 21.8 2.694 68.4 12 1/2 Z 28.75
0.866 22 2.719 69.1 12 3/4 Z 1/2
0.874 22.2 2.744 69.7 13
0.882 22.4 2.769 70.3 13 1/4 Z1
0.89 22.6 2.795 71 13 1/2
0.898 22.8 2.82 71.6 13 3/4 Z2
0.906 23 2.845 72.3 14 Z3
0.914 23.2 2.87 72.9 14 1/4
0.922 23.4 2.895 73.5 14 1/2 Z4
0.93 23.6 2.92 74.2 14 3/4
0.938 23.8 2.945 74.8 15
0.946 24 2.97 75.4 15 1/4
0.954 24.2 2.996 76.1 15 1/2
0.962 24.4 3.021 76.7 15 3/4
0.97 24.6 3.046 77.4 16

 

Free Printable Ring Size Chart

Here is the PDF you can download for your convenience. You’ll get the ring size chart with inches, and mm all in one PDF.

RING SIZE CHART
DIAMETER (INSIDE) CIRCUMFERENCE (INSIDE) SIZE
MM INCH MM INCH UK US
14.8 0.58 46.5 1.83 H 4
15.70 0.62 49.3 1.94 J 5
16.51 0.65 51.9 2.04 L 6
17.32 0.68 54.4 2.14 N 7
18.14 0.71 57.0 2.24 P 8
18.95 0.75 59.5 2.34 R 9
19.76 0.78 62.1 2.44 T 10
20.57 0.81 64.6 2.54 W 11
21.39 0.84 67.2 2.65 X 12
22.20 0.87 69.7 2.75 Z 13
23.01 0.91 72.3 2.85 Z2 14

 

Download the printable ring size chart here.

Free Printable Ring Sizer

free online ring sizer
free online ring sizer

 

Print out this ring sizer.

Cut out your paper Ring Sizer as shown on the image.

Make a cut on the line shown as “B”.

Insert the sharp point marked “A” through the slot “B”.

Put the Ring Sizer over your finger and pull the tab until it fits comfortably.

Read the size marked on the ring sizer.

Download and print the ring sizer here.

The Average Ring Size for Women

Rings are a symbol of love, friendship and style, so it’s important to get the right size! For women, the most common ring sizes are 6 to 7.

Rings in this size range typically fit middle and index fingers best. Generally, using a ring size chart or a visit to your local jeweler can help you determine your exact size if you’re unsure.

It’s always best when ordering rings online, to measure it with as much accuracy as possible – that way you know you’ll be happy with your purchase!

girl doing measurement for ring size

The Average Ring Size for Men

It’s estimated that the majority of men wear a ring size between 8 and 11. Recent studies have revealed that more men choose to wear a size 9 than any other size.

In comparison, size 8 is even more popular in women’s jewelry and the average size for women usually falls between sizes 4 and 7.

It’s important to note that when choosing a ring, it needs to be not only the right style but also an accurate fit. With some tips and tricks, you can find the perfect ring sizing for your special someone.

Going an extra step by having the ring professionally sized or custom-made can help make sure it fits perfectly!

Read Also: Nose Ring Size Chart

How to Find Out your Partner’s Ring Size without Asking Them

If you are planning to surprise your partner with a special ring, you may find yourself at a loss when it comes to finding out their ring size without asking.

Fortunately, there are a few tricks that can help you figure out the perfect fit for them. For example, you can use a section of string or dental floss and measure the circumference of their finger after they have been asleep for an hour.

Alternatively, if they already own another ring that they wear on the appropriate finger, you can trace around the inside of the ring onto paper and get an accurate measurement from there.

You can also estimate a ring size by the height and weight of the person.

However, it’s okay if you don’t know the exact ring size when purchasing an engagement ring. Your partner can always go to the jeweler and resize the ring.

Read Also: Eyebrow Piercing Size Guide

Estimated Ring Size by Height and Weight

Despite their seemingly obvious connection, height and finger size do not always align – being taller doesn’t guarantee bigger fingers.

However, there may be some correlation between weight and ring size; individuals often notice that when they gain or lose a few pounds it affects the circumference of their digit!

We tried to see whether information about one’s height and weight could accurately predict someone’s average ring size – typically ranging from 8 to 14 with sizes 8 – 12 as the most common measurements for men estimated at around 10 on average.

Read Also: Tongue Ring Size

Tips for Resizing a Ring That is Too Big or Too Small

Resizing a ring is a common issue for many jewelry owners. Luckily, it can be done quickly and easily!

For those with rings that are too big, the most important tip is to use the correct size of sizing tape or sizing beads.

Instead of measuring with one’s finger, use a precision tool such as calipers to get an exact measurement. To reduce the size of a ring, place the appropriate sizing tape or beads inside the band.

If the ring is too small however, carefully cut open a small portion of the shank and insert additional metal into it to expand its circumference.

Whatever method you choose, always have your jewelry looked at by an experienced professional before attempting any resizing project to ensure safety and prevent potential damage to your piece.

Read Also: Belly Button Ring Sizing Chart

Ring Sizer Tools

ring sizing tool
Ring sizing tool

 

If you want to get the exact size for that perfect ring, investing in a measurement tool is worth it.

Low-cost and easy-to-carry options are available online – from thin measuring tapes to keyrings with various sizes marked on them.

Not only can they help tailor the right fit when buying rings for yourself, but also make gift shopping easier too!

You can buy cheap measuring tools online for $4-$6.

Here are some examples of ring-sizing tools:

 

ring sizing tool
Metal ring sizers

 

plastic ring sizing tool
Plastic ring sizing tool
ring sizer measuring tool
Metal ring sizer measuring tool with rings

How to Fit a Ring with Big Knuckles

When selecting a ring size, don’t forget to take your knuckle into account! If you have larger knuckles, it’s best to order up half a size – otherwise, you wouldn’t be able to fit it into your finger.

Moreover, measure your finger a few times throughout the day. If you’re shivering in the cold or sweating from a hot day, your ring size may be affected!

To get an accurate measurement, take three to four measurements of your finger and use an average for a perfect fit.

How to Know if You Have the Right Ring Size

Finding the perfect fit for your ring finger is like a game of Goldilocks – not too tight, and not too loose.

Make sure to pick something that will stay securely on your digit but slip easily over the knuckle.

Does Band Thickness Affect the Ring Size

Choosing the right ring size isn’t always straightforward. Whether your rings are wide or slim can make a big difference – if they cover more finger surface, then you’ll need to go up in size!

You should consider how many bands will be worn together when selecting your perfect fit; for example, multiple wedding set styles may require larger sizes than expected.

To get it just right, use a sizer that is close to the thickness of what you plan on wearing and voilà – happy shopping!

Read Also: Bracelet Size Chart

Which is the Correct Engagement Ring Finger for Female and Male

Love knows no bounds, and the same could be said for where you place engagement rings.

While it is often seen that partners in many countries opt to wear their engagement ring on the left hand’s ‘ring finger’, as a representation of its direct path to one another’s heart, some choose to switch it after wedding ceremonies; wearing them instead on their right-hand side with a matching wedding band surrounding it.

The left ring finger has long been associated with love and commitment: the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans – all believed that a vein from this finger connected directly to the heart.

Even today people still wear an engagement ring on their left hand as a reminder of true dedication through time; an eternal bond between two hearts bound by “Vena Amoris”.

Here is a fun chart that demonstrates which countries use the wedding ring on the left hand:

Country Engagement ring Engagement & wedding ring
Austria left right
Bulgaria left right
Germany left right
Italy right left
Croatia right left
Cyprus right left
Great Britain left left
Netherlands right left
Norway left right
Poland left right
Portugal right left
Russia left right
Switzerland right left
Spain right left
Turkey left right
Ukraine left right
USA left left

 

Ring Sizing by Popular Brands

Here you can find ring size charts by popular jewelry brands.

Kay Ring Size Chart

Here is a chart from Kay website for their ring sizing.

kay ring size chart
Kay ring size chart

Pandora Ring Size Chart

Here you can see the Pandora size chart.

Diameter US UK European
14 3 F 44
14.6 3.75 H 46
15.3 4.5 H1/2 – I1/2 48
15.6 4.75 J 49
16 5 J-K 50
16.2 5.5 K-L 51
16.5 6 L – L1/2 52
16.9 6.5 M 53
17.2 7 N 54
17.5 7.25 O 55
17.8 7.5 O – P 56
18.1 8 P 57
18.5 8.5 P1/2 – Q1/2 58
18.8 8.75 R 59
19 9 R1/2 – S 60
19.8 10 T1/2 62
20.4 10.5 V 64

Check out brands similar to Pandora.

Zales Ring Size Chart

Here is a ring size chart from Zales website.

zales ring size chart
Zales ring size chart

Cartier Ring Size Chart

Here is Cartier’s ring sizing.

FINGERCIRCUMFERENCE IN MM  RING  SIZE 
EUROPE  USA  UK  JAPAN 
44 44     3       F ½ 4
45 45         3 ¼         G 5
46 46       3 ¾         H 6
47 47     4       H ½ 7
48 48       4 ½         I ½ 8
49 49       4 ¾         J ½ 9
50 50       5 ¼         K 10
51 51       5 ¾         L 11
52 52   6         L ½ 12
53 53       6 ¼       M ½ 13
54 54       6 ¾       N ½ 14
55 55         7 ¼         O 15
56 56         7 ½         P 16
57 57   8       P ½ 17
58 58       8 ¼       Q ½ 18
59 59       8 ¾         R 19
60 60   9         S 20
61 61       9 ½       S ½ 21
62 62   10       T ½ 22
63 63       10 ¼       U ½ 23
64 64       10 ¾         V 24
65 65   11         W 25
66 66       11 ½       W ½ 26
67 67       11 ¾       X ½ 27
68 68       12 ¼         Z 28
69 69       12 ½       Z ½ 29
70 70     13 30
71 71       13 ¼ 31

 

Tiffany Ring Size Chart

Here are two charts from Tiffany & Co website for your reference.

tiffany & co ring size chart

Tiffany ring size chart
Tiffany & Co ring size chart

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Gucci Ring Size Chart

Here is your Gucci sizing chart.

GUCCI SIZE

(IT)

US FR UK JP
01 1 3/4 41 B 1.2
02 2 1/4 42 D 2.1
03 2 1/2 43 E – F 3.1
04 3 44 F 4.0
05 3 1/4 45 F – G 5.0
06 3 3/4 46 G 5.9
07 4 47 H 6.9
08 XXS 4 1/2 48 I 7.8
09 5 49 J 8.8
10 XS 5 1/4 50 J – K 9.7
11 5 3/4 51 K – L 10.7
12 6 52 L 11.7
13 S 6 1/2 53 M – N 12.6
14 6 3/4 54 N – O 13.6
15 7 1/4 55 O – P 14.6
16 M 7 1/2 56 P 15.5
17 8 57 Q 16.4
18 8 1/4 58 Q – R 17.4
19 L 8 3/4 59 R 18.3
20 9 60 S 19.3
21 9 1/2 61 S – T 20.3
22 10 62 T – U 21.2
23 XL 10 1/4 63 U – V 22.2
24 10 3/4 64 V 23.1
25 11 65 W 24.1
26 XXL 11 1/2 66 X 25.0
27 11 3/4 67 X – Y 26.0

 

Jared Ring Size Chart

Here is an image from Jared’s website for their ring chart.

 

 

jared ring size chart
Jared ring size chart

Final Words on Ring Sizes

Purchasing a perfect ring size is an important part of the engagement process. When getting engaged, it’s essential to understand the U.S. ring size guide, measure properly, and order up to half a size if you have bigger knuckles!

Be sure to use the right tools, such as calipers or measuring tapes, to get an accurate size.

Additionally, consider ring sizer tools or a ring size conversion chart if needed, and have your jewelry inspected by an experienced professional when resizing. With these tips in mind, you can ensure the right fit for that perfect engagement ring!