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£3.49 UK MAINLAND DELIVERY OR FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £49.99
£3.49 UK MAINLAND DELIVERY OR FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £49.99
£3.49 UK MAINLAND DELIVERY OR FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £49.99
£3.49 UK MAINLAND DELIVERY OR FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £49.99
£3.49 UK MAINLAND DELIVERY OR FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £49.99
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Ring Size Guide

Ring Size Guide

When it comes to buying a ring, getting the right size is crucial. After all, you want your new piece of jewellery to fit perfectly and feel comfortable on your finger. But how do you determine your ring size, especially if you're in the UK? In this guide, we'll walk you through everything you need to know about UK ring sizes, so you can make an informed decision when purchasing your next ring.

What is a UK ring size?

In the UK, ring sizes are measured using a lettering system. Each letter corresponds to a specific circumference or diameter measurement. The most common ring size range in the UK is from A to Z, with A being the smallest and Z being the largest. Check out our ring gauge sizer's [CLICK HERE]

How to measure your ring size

There are a few different methods you can use to measure your ring size accurately. Here are two popular options:

Using a ring sizer

A ring sizer is a small tool that consists of a series of metal or plastic rings in various sizes. To determine your ring size, simply slide the rings onto your finger until you find the one that fits snugly but comfortably. Take note of the corresponding size, which will be your UK ring size. Check out our ring gauge sizer's [CLICK HERE]

Using a printable ring size chart

If you don't have access to a ring sizer, you can use a printable ring size chart. These charts typically consist of a series of circles with corresponding measurements. To find your size, place an existing ring on the chart and match it with the circle that aligns perfectly with the inner circumference of the ring.

Factors to consider

When measuring your ring size, it's important to consider a few factors that can affect the fit:

1. Temperature

Temperature can cause your fingers to expand or contract slightly. It's best to measure your ring size when your hands are at a normal temperature to ensure an accurate measurement.

2. Dominant hand

If you're right-handed, your dominant hand may be slightly larger than your left hand, and vice versa. Take this into account when measuring your ring size.

3. Ring width

Wider rings generally require a larger size than narrower rings. If you're planning to buy a wide band ring, you may need to go up half a size or more to ensure a comfortable fit.

Consult a professional

If you're still unsure about your ring size or want to be absolutely certain, it's always a good idea to consult a professional jeweler. They have the expertise and tools to accurately measure your ring size and can provide personalized recommendations based on your preferences.

Final thoughts

Now that you have a better understanding of UK ring sizes, you can confidently shop for your next ring. Remember to measure your ring size accurately using a ring sizer or printable chart, and consider any factors that may affect the fit. And if in doubt, don't hesitate to seek assistance from a professional jeweler. Happy ring shopping!

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