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Ring Size Guide

Ring Size Guide

For many people, a perfectly fitted ring is a source of joy. An overly tight ring may feel uncomfortable and cause indentations on your finger, while an overly loose ring may slip easily.
Getting the right size is essential when purchasing a ring.

You can measure your ring size at home with this guide.

What You Will Need

 

You will need a soft paper strip, string or measuring tape, a ruler, and a pen to measure your ring size at home.


How To Measure Your Ring Size Using A Paper Strip

 

A bit of patience is definitely needed to accurately measure your ring size at home. An easy way to do this is to use a strip of paper.
Start by cutting a 6 inch wide by 1 inch long strip of paper.
Secondly, you should wrap the paper around the base of your finger. Don’t make it too tight, but make sure it’s snug. Mark the spot where the paper meets with a pen.
3. Using a ruler, measure the length of the marked section.
4. You can find your ring size by comparing the measurement to the chart below. Choose the larger size if it’s between two sizes.

How To Find Your Ring Size If You Don’t Have A Measuring Tape

You can use dental floss or a string to measure your ring size. The string should be about six inches long.
Take a string or floss and wrap it around the base of your finger. The string should be snug but not too tight.
2. Mark the meeting point of the string or floss.
Measure the length of the marked section using a ruler.
When you have your measurements, you can determine your ring size using the ring size chart. The larger size is recommended if you are in between sizes.

4. Compare the measurement to the chart below to find your ring size.


US Ring Size Chart

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How To Measure Your Ring Size Using An Existing Ring

This US ring size chart will help you measure your ring size and ensure a perfect fit.

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