Ring Size Converter

Whether you are hunting for the wedding or engagement ring size for your partner, searching for US ring size equivalents, or racking your brain on what’s that beautiful ring size in inches, this ring size converter is the ideal tool for you. On the basis of the

, we built an intuitive converter that can solve many of your problems. Don’t wait any longer; give it a try! If you are curious about how to measure the ring size or how to convert ring diameter in mm into ring circumference in inches, keep scrolling, and you’ll find the answer.

How to measure ring size? What is my ring size in mm?

Well, there are many methods to find the proper ring size. For the most obvious and easy one, all you need to have is a string and a ruler.

1. Wrap the string around your finger. Choose the thickest part of your finger, as the ring must slide over it – it’s usually your knuckle. If you don’t have a string, you can also use flexible tape, a strip of paper, dental floss, or any other thing that can be easily wrapped around. Don’t wrap it too tightly!
2. Mark the point where the string overlaps.
3. Measure the length of the string against a ruler – that’s our finger circumference.
4. Here, you can stop the measurements – type the obtained value into the ring size converter. All the other values will be displayed: US ring size, UK ring size, ring diameter in inches and mm… and many, many more.
5. If you want to find the ring diameter yourself, divide the obtained string length or finger circumference by π (~3.14).
6. Find the proper ring size – use our converter, chart, or manufacturer website.

Also, you can try different methods than this easy, but not so accurate, string-ruler method:

• Pop into a local jewelry shop – they have more precise tools and stencils to determine your ring circumference, diameter, and finally proper ring size.
• Use circular sizing printing chart – many online shops provide that solution: simply print out the provided file (make sure that scaling options are turned off!) and match the inside circumference of your ring with the right size of the circle. If you don’t have a ring, you need to use a string or paper again.
• Use online ring sizers – Sometimes jewelry retailers put ring size charts or other sizing tools on their websites. One example of such measurements is the calibration with something of known length (ruler, credit card, SD card, etc.) and then fitting the ring size on its basis.

## Ring size guide – useful tips

Whether you are looking for a perfect engagement ring size or original jewelry to complete your look, remember these rules:

• Different manufacturers can use different conventions. Every time check the jewelry website or ask the shop assistant about the conversion charts or standards they use. Our ring size converter shows the ring size equivalents, which are considered standard, but many, although similar, standards exist. So don’t grumble at us if the wedding ring size will not fit perfectly – we warned you. It’s the same story as choosing the right clothing size, bra size as is covered in our bra size calculator, or shoe size, which is covered in our shoe size conversion – standard sizes exist, but each manufacturer has their own, which is slightly different from others.

• Decide in advance which hand and finger the ring is for. Our fingers are not symmetrical, as our whole body isn’t as well. Make sure that you measure the exact finger that will wear the ring – even the same fingers on the left and right hand can differ in size.

• Your finger size changes during the day- it’s usually thinner in the morning and wider in the evening, but also it responds to temperature, humidity, and physical activity. Do the measurements at the end of the day, when the fingers are likely to be the largest.

• Wider rings usually require a bigger ring size. If you are choosing a ring wider than 6 mm, think about a slightly bigger size. In narrower rings, the skin can move to one or to the other side of the ring, but in wider rings, it’s not so easy, so the skin stays under the metal, sometimes leaving “ring marks” on your finger.

• Check the ring size a few times – it has to fit snugly on your finger but can’t be too tight. Also, it shouldn’t be too loose, as you want to avoid the risk of it falling off. If it’s possible, try it on many times, at different times and in various weather conditions. It’s especially important to find accurate engagement or wedding ring sizes – you will probably wear them every day, so make sure they fit your finger comfortably.

## Ring size chart

To find the ring size equivalents, such as the US ring size or UK ring size, you can use our ring size converter or this shortened version of the ring size chart:

 Inside Diameter Inside Circumference Sizes mm inches mm inches UK & Australia US & Canada France Germany Japan Switzerland 11.53 0.454 36.22 1.43 _ 0 _ _ _ _ 11.95 0.474 37.54 1.49 A 1/2 _ _ _ _ 12.37 0.487 38.86 1.53 B 1 _ _ 1 _ 12.78 0.503 40.15 1.58 C 1 1/2 _ _ _ _ 13.21 0.520 41.50 1.63 D 2 41 1/2 13 1/2 2 1 1/2 13.61 0.536 42.76 1.68 E 2 1/2 42 3/4 13 3/4 3 2 3/4 14.05 0.553 44.14 1.74 F 3 44 14 4 4 14.36 0.565 45.11 1.77 G 3 3/8 45 1/4 _ 5 5 1/4 14.45 0.569 45.40 1.79 G 1/4 3 1/2< _ 14 1/2 _ _ 14.56 0.573 45.74 1.80 G 1/2 3 5/8 _ _ 6 _ 14.65 0.577 46.02 1.81 H 3 3/4 46 1/2 _ _ 6 1/2 14.86 0.585 46.68 1.84 H 1/2 4 _ 15 7 _ 15.04 0.592 47.25 1.86 I 4 1/4 47 3/4 _ _ 7 3/4 15.27 0.601 47.97 1.89 I 1/2 4 1/2 _ 15 1/4 8 _ 15.40 0.606 48.38 1.90 J 4 5/8 49 15 1/2 _ 9 15.70 0.618 49.32 1.94 J 1/2 5 _ 15 3/4 9 _ 15.80 0.622 49.64 1.95 K 5 1/8 50 _ _ 10 16.00 0.630 50.27 1.98 K 1/2 5 3/8 _ 10 _ 16.10 0.634 50.58 1.99 L 5 1/2 51 3/4 16 _ 11 3/4 16.51 0.650 51.87 2.04 M 6 52 3/4 16 1/2 12 12 3/4 16.92 0.666 53.16 2.09 N 6 1/2 54 17 13 14 17.35 0.683 54.51 2.15 O 7 55 1/4 17 1/4 14 15 1/4 17.75 0.699 55.76 2.20 P 7 1/2 56 1/2 17 3/4 15 16 1/2 18.19 0.716 57.15 2.25 Q 8 57 3/4 18 16 17 3/4 18.53 0.729 58.21 2.29 Q 3/4 8 1/2 _ 18 1/2 17 _ 18.61 0.733 58.47 2.30 R 8 5/8 59 _ _ 19 18.89 0.748 59.34 2.35 R 3/4 9 _ 19 18 _ 19.10 0.752 60.00 2.36 S 9 1/8 60 1/4 _ _ 20 1/4 19.41 0.764 60.98 2.40 S 3/4 9 1/2 _ 19 1/2 19 _ 19.51 0.768 61.29 2.41 T 9 5/8 61 1/2 _ _ 21 1/2 19.84 0.781 62.33 2.45 T 1/2 10 _ 20 20 _ 20.02 0.788 62.89 2.48 U 10 1/4 62 3/4 _ 21 22 3/4 20.20 0.797 63.46 2.50 U 1/2 10 1/2 _ 20 1/4 22 _ 20.32 0.800 63.84 2.51 V 10 5/8 63 _ _ 23 3/4 20.68 0.814 64.97 2.56 V 1/2 11 _ 20 3/4 23 _ 20.76 0.817 65.22 2.57 W 11 1/8 65 _ _ 25 21.08 0.830 66.22 2.61 W 3/4 11 1/2 _ 21 24 _ 21.18 0.834 66.54 2.62 X 11 5/8 66 1/4 _ _ 26 1/4 21.49 0.846 67.51 2.66 Y 12 67 1/2 21 1/4 25 27 1/2 21.89 0.862 68.77 2.71 Z 12 1/2 68 3/4 21 3/4 26 28 3/4 22.33 0.879 70.15 2.76 Z+1 13 _ 22 27 _

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