Ring Size Guide

Your ring should fit you comfortably, neither too tight nor loose. To help you determine your ring size, here are two methods you can use.

Method 1: Measure your finger

  1. Cut a strip of paper 15cm in length and 0.5cm wide. Alternatively, use a string.
  2. Wrap it around the knuckle of your finger and use a pen to mark the point on the paper (or string) where it forms a circle.
  3. Lay the paper (or string) flat and measure the distance from the end of the paper to the mark you make. This distance equates to the cirumference of your ring.
  4. Match your measurement with the Ring Size Conversion Chart to determine your ring size. Take the larger size if you are in between sizes.

Method 2: Measure your existing ring

  1. Select an existing ring that comfortably fits the intended finger.
  2. Print the actual Ring Size Guide (download here). Place the ring over the circles, aligning the inside edge of the ring to the circle nearest in size. This measurement refers to the inside diameter of the ring.
  3. Choose the larger size if you are in between sizes.

Ring Size Conversion

Circumference (mm) - Singapore/Hong Kong - Japan - UK - US

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