Ring sizing chart

International Ring Size Chart

Circumference
(mm)
Diameter
(mm)
North America
CN/SG/JP
HK
Switzerland
UK, Europe,
& Australia
44.2
14.1
3
4
6
4
F
44.8
14.3
3.25
5
5.5
45.5
14.5
3.5
7.5
G
46.1
14.7
3.75
6
6.5
46.8
14.9
4
7
9
H
47.4
15.1
4.25
7.75
48.0
15.3
4.5
8
10
I
48.7
15.5
4.75
9
J
49.3
15.7
5
9
11
50.0
15.9
5.25
10
K
50.6
16.1
5.5
10
12
51.2
16.3
5.75
11.75
L
51.9
16.5
6
11
13
12.75
52.5
16.7
6.25
12
M
53.1
16.9
6.5
13
14.5
14
53.8
17.1
6.75
N
54.4
17.3
7
14
16
15.25
55.1
17.5
7.25
O
55.7
17.7
7.5
15
17
16.25
56.3
17.9
7.75
P
57.0
18.1
8
16
17.75
57.2
18.2
18
57.6
18.3
Q
58.3
18.5
8.5
17
19
58.9
18.8
19
R
59.5
19.0
9
18
20.5
60.2
19.2
9.25
20.25
S
60.8
19.4
9.5
19
22
61.4
19.6
9.75
21.5
T
62.1
19.8
10
20
23
62.7
20.0
10.25
21
U
63.4
20.2
10.5
22
24
22.75
64.0
20.4
10.75
V
64.6
20.6
11
23
25
65.3
20.8
11.25
25
W
65.9
21.0
11.5
24
26
66.6
21.2
11.75
X
67.2
21.4
12
25
27.75
27.5
67.8
21.6
12.25
Y
68.5
21.8
12.5
26
28.75
Z
69.1
22.0
12.75
69.7
22.2
13
27
30
70.4
22.4
13.25
Z+1
71.0
22.6
13.5

Ring Sizes in the US

The most common ring size for a woman is a 6. The most common ring size for a man is a 9.

Measuring Your Finger

Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.

Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather. For best results measure your finger size:

  1. At the end of the day and when your fingers are warm (Fingers are smaller in the early morning and when cold.)
  2. Measure finger size 3 to 4 times to eliminate an erroneous reading.