Rings Size Guide

When measuring your ring size there are a few things to be aware of:
 Firstly, your fingers will change size slightly throughout the day. Physical activity, and temperature all have an effect.
 You shouldn't measure your ring size whilst your hands are cold, as your fingers can be up to half a size smaller at this time.
 A ring with a wider band will feel a little tighter than a very fine ring. Therefore we would always recommend buying a size larger than your usual ring size.
 Your ring should fit comfortably, feeling snug enough when you wear it that it won't fall off, but still be able to fit over your knuckle when you take it off.
If you are unsure of your ring size, then by far the best and most accurate way to find out, is to pay a visit to a local jewellers. You can also contact us through our contact page for additional advice. 
The sizes offered on our sales pages range from UK size F to U, however, as all of our rings are handmade to order, we are able to make any size that you may require. If you require a size that is not listed then do not hesitate to contact us through our contact page.
All of our handmade rings are sized using UK sizes. If you are not familiar with UK sizes then please check the table below for assistance.
Brittish European American



E 42.5 2.5 13.61
F 44 3 14.05
G 45.5 3.5 14.36
H 46.5 4 14.65
I 47.5 4.5 15.04
J 49 5 15.40
K 50 5.5 15.80
L 51.5 6 16.10
M 52.5 6.5 16.51
N 54 7 16.92
O 55 7.5 17.35
P 56 8 17.75
Q 57.5 8.5 18.19
R 59 9 18.61
S 60 9.5 19.10
T 62 10 19.51