Ring Size Chart

Ring Size Chart

AU Sizes US Sizes Europe Sizes Finger Circumference In MM Diameter Of Ring In MM
F 3 4.25 44.20 14.07
F 1/2 3 1/4 4.75 44.80 14.27
G 3 1/2 5.5 45.50 14.48
G 1/2 3 3/4 6 46.10 14.68
H 4 6.75 46.80 14.88
H 1/2 4 1/4 7.5 47.40 15.09
I 4 1/2 8 48.00 15.29
J 4 3/4 8.75 48.70 15.49
J 1/2 5 9.25 49.30 15.70
K 5 1/4 10 50.00 15.90
K 1/2 5 1/2 10.5 50.60 16.10
L 5 3/4 11.25 51.20 16.31
L 1/2 6 11.75 51.90 16.51
M 6 1/4 12.5 52.50 16.71
M 1/2 6 1/2 13.25 53.10 16.92
N 6 3/4 13.75 53.80 17.12
N 1/2 7 14.5 54.40 17.32
O 7 1/4 15 55.10 17.53
O 1/2 7 1/2 15.75 55.40 17.73
P 7 3/4 16.25 56.30 17.93
P 1/2 8 17 57.00 18.40
Q 8 1/4 17.5 57.60 18.34
Q 1/2 8 1/2 18.25 58.30 18.54
R 8 3/4 19 58.90 18.75
R 1/2 9 19.5 59.50 18.95
S 9 1/4 20.25 60.20 19.15
S 1/2 9 1/2 20.75 60.80 19.35
T 9 3/4 21.5 61.40 19.56
T 1/2 10 22 62.10 19.76
U 10 1/4 22.75 62.70 19.96
U 1/2 10 1/2 23.25 63.40 20.17
V 10 3/4 24 64.00 20.37
V 1/2 11 24.75 64.60 20.57
W 11 1/4 25.25 65.30 20.78
W 1/2 11 1/2 26 65.90 20.98
X 11 3/4 26.5 66.60 21.18
X 1/2 12 27.25 67.20 21.39
Y 12 1/4 27.75 67.80 21.59
Z 12 1/2 28.5 68.50 22.00


If you are buying rings online and you don’t know what size your fingers are, how do you work out what ring size will fit you? Here is a handy guide on how to find your ring size at home...

Ring Measurement Tips

We have created some guidelines to which you must pay heed while taking a ring measurement :
- Measure warm fingers, not cold. Low temperature shrinks the size of fingers.
- Choose the measurement that can easily fit over your knuckle.
- Each finger of yours may differ in size. Your right ring finger may or may not fit your left ring finger.
- Fingers are largest at the end of the day.
- For an accurate reading, measure the size of fingers 4-5 times.

What type of ring are you buying?

The types of ring that you are buying can affect how you measure your ring size, as can the positioning of the ring on your finger. If you are buying a wide band ring, you might want to consider a ring size half a size bigger than your actual ring size to make wearing the ring more comfortable. You should also measure your ring size on the part of your finger that you are going to wear the ring.

How to measure your finger at home

To be able to work out your ring size you will need to measure the circumference or diameter of your finger. You can buy your own ring size tool if you like, but as most of us don’t buy rings all that often, that’s probably an unnecessary expense.

To measure your ring size, simply take a piece of paper or a length of string and wrap it around your finger, making sure that it isn’t too tight. Then mark the point on the string or paper where it meets to form a circle, and then you can measure the length of the paper or string to find the circumference of your finger.

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Diamond Certificates provided upon requests

The 4Cs: Carat, Cut, Clarity, and Color

As a product expert in the jewelry industry, I am here to provide you with valuable information about imported diamonds. Whether you are a diamond enthusiast or a potential buyer, understanding the quality and authenticity of imported diamonds is crucial. In this guide, we will explore the key factors that determine the value and reliability of these exquisite gemstones.

When evaluating the quality of imported diamonds, it is essential to consider the 4Cs: carat, cut, clarity, and color. These factors determine the overall beauty and value of the diamond.

Carat: Carat refers to the weight of the diamond. One carat is equivalent to 200 milligrams. The larger the carat weight, the rarer and more valuable the diamond.

Cut: The cut of a diamond determines its brilliance and sparkle. A well-cut diamond reflects light in a way that maximizes its beauty. Look for diamonds with excellent or ideal cut grades for the best results.

Clarity: Clarity refers to the presence of internal or external flaws, known as inclusions and blemishes, respectively. The clarity grade ranges from Flawless (no imperfections visible under 10x magnification) to Included (visible imperfections). Seek diamonds with higher clarity grades for superior quality.

Color: The color of a diamond is graded on a scale from D (colorless) to Z (light yellow or brown). Colorless diamonds are the most valuable, as they allow the maximum reflection of light.

Authenticity and Certification

When purchasing imported diamonds, it is crucial to ensure their authenticity. Look for diamonds that come with reputable certifications from renowned gemological laboratories such as the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or the International Gemological Institute (IGI). These certifications provide an unbiased evaluation of the diamond's quality and authenticity.

Additionally, reputable jewelers often provide detailed information about the diamond's origin, including the country and mine it was sourced from. This transparency adds to the credibility and trustworthiness of the diamond.

Ethical Sourcing and Sustainability

As a responsible consumer, you may also be interested in the ethical sourcing and sustainability of imported diamonds. Many jewelers now offer diamonds that are ethically sourced, meaning they are mined and processed under fair labor conditions and without causing harm to the environment.

Look for jewelers who adhere to the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme, which ensures that diamonds are conflict-free and not associated with human rights abuses. Additionally, some jewelers support initiatives such as responsible mining and reforestation to promote sustainability in the diamond industry.


Imported diamonds are exquisite gemstones that require careful consideration when purchasing. By understanding the 4Cs, seeking reputable certifications, and prioritizing ethical sourcing, you can make an informed decision and enjoy the beauty of these timeless treasures. Whether you are looking for an engagement ring, a special gift, or a personal indulgence, imported diamonds are sure to captivate and delight.

When it comes to selecting the perfect stone for your jewelry, it's important to consider various factors to ensure you make the right choice. As an expert in the industry, we are here to provide you with valuable advice on finding a stone that suits your needs and preferences.