How do I work out my ring size
Find below a conversion chart for you ring size.
Here are three methods for choosing the best ring size:
Ask your local jeweller to measure your finger using a professional ring sizer. This is the most accurate method and my first recommendation.
Purchase a re-usable ring sizer, this will give you piece of mind and you can use it multiple times.
Measure an existing ring that is worn on the same finger that the new ring will be worn on. Lay a ruler down on a flat surface and place the existing ring on top to measure the inside diameter. Then refer to the guide below to find out the closest matching ring size.
Your ring should feel comfortable to wear, allowing for factors which may change the size of your hands slightly, such as the weather/humidity or time of day. Try measuring your finger at different times of the day, then choose a ring size that will feel comfortable at both the times.
If you are choosing a sterling silver ring as a surprise for somebody else you will have to play sleuth and try tp get finger measurements when they are asleep or measure from an existing ring.
Make sure you measure properly because even a few mm's can make a difference of how it fits and I tend to think it's better to lean on the tighter side because it's easier to make a ring bigger and a lot of jewellers will adjust at a low cost but going smaller is a lot more work and if stones are set in the ring already this is something I'm unable to do for you.