Ring sizes

 

Ring sizes are marked differently in various parts of the world. As clothing, shoes and etc. are.

In order to understand the size used in your country better, here is a table with all the sizes:

 

 

 

Internal diameter of the ring, mm

 

The length of the outer ring, mm

Ring size

Baltic states,

Germany, Russia, CIS

 

United Kingdom, Australia

USA, Canada

Japan, China

13.2

41.5

13 ¼

D

2

2

13.6

42.8

13 ¾

E

2 ½

3

14.1

44.1

14

F

3

4

14.5

45.4

14 ½

-

3 ½

-

14.9

46.7

15

H ½

4

7

15.3

48.0

15 ¼

I ½

4 ½

8

15.4

48.4

15 ½

J

4 5/8 

-

15.7

49.3

15 ¾

J ½

5

9

16.1

50.6

16

L

5 ½

-

16.5

51.9

16 ½

M

6

12

16.9

53.2

17

N

6 ½

13

17.4

54.5

17 ¼

O

7

14

17.8

55.8

17 ¾

P

7 ½

15

18.2

57.1

18

Q

8

19

18.5

58.2

18 ½

-

8 ½

17

18.9

59.3

19

-

9

18

19.4

61.0

19 ½

-

9 ½

19

19.8

62.3

20

T ½

10

20

20.2

63.5

20 ¼

U ½

10 ½

22

20.7

65.0

20 ¾

V ½

11

23

21.1

66.2

21

-

11 ½

24

21.5

67.5

21 ¼

Y

12

25

21.9

68.8

21 ¾

Z

12 ½

26

22.3

70.2

22

Z+1

13

27

 


You should also be aware of the fact that the size of the finger changes due to temperature and time of day. Heat and cold affect your body, therefore, the size of the finger may increase or decrease. Fingers tend to swell towards the evening, so if you buy a ring during this time of day, its size will be bigger.

 

It’s important to know that the wider the ring, the larger the size you might need.




If you wish to propose to a girl, but you don’t know her ring size  

  


The simplest way to know the ring size is to measure its diameter with a ruler. It’s important to measure only the inner diameter to millimetres. This number will be the size of the ring.  

 

 

 

 What to do, if a girl doesn’t wear any rings? Simply cut a paper strip, put it around the finger, on which the ring shall be worn. Wrap the strip with care so there wouldn‘t be any spaces left. Mark the strip with a marker where the two ends of the strip meet. Count the length in millimetres and divide the result by π (3,14). The result you get will be the ring size.  

 

It should be taken in consideration that when measuring using these methods there might be a deviation of 1-2 mm.

It would be best to know the size of the ring. However, if you’ve chosen an incorrect size, we’ll exchange for the correct size in a certain time.