What's My Ring Size?

What's My Ring Size?

We're Here To Help!

The most reliable way to determine your ring size is to visit Suetables or a local jeweller and get measured. You can also bring a ring that fits you or the recipient to get it measured. However, as that is not always possible, here are some tips to help you find your ring size at home!

You will need a plain piece of paper or ribbon, scissors, a ruler and a pen.

Cut a strip or paper or ribbon (about 1/2” thick and no wider than the band you are planning to purchase) and wrap it around the finger you want to wear the ring on. Using a pen, mark where the two pieces meet. 

Using a ruler, measure the size of the ribbon or paper in millimeters. Use the guide below to find your size. If you are between sizes, size up. It is important to check the paper is fitting snugly with no folders or bulges, to ensure a correct measurement. If the ring you are wanting to purchase is thicker/wider - such as our 12mm Jack ring - we recommend sizing up.

Size 5: 49.3 mm
Size 6: 51.8 mm
Size 7: 54.4 mm
Size 8: 56.9 mm
Size 9: 59.5 mm
Size 10: 62.1mm

If you are still unsure of your ring size and have not purchased the ring yet, leave it blank and we can personalize it at a later date. We can not accept returns for rings that are personalized.

Size up for thicker bands

Putting on a wide band will feel tighter than putting on a skinny band. We recommend you go up a size on our large band rings.

Body Temperature

Your fingers swell and contract throughout the day. The best time to measure is later in the day (avoid measuring hot or cold hands too).

Consider Your Knuckle

Make sure your ring will fit over your knuckle and size up if needed.