Ring Size Guide

Shralite London's Ring size Guide.

We provide you few options to find the correct ring size for you. 

Option 1

  1. Use a piece of string or a thin strip of paper and wrap it snugly around the base of your finger. Make sure it is not too tight or too loose, as you want it to be a comfortable fit.
  2. Mark the point where the string or paper overlaps with a pen or marker.

  3. Measure the length of the string or paper in millimeters using a ruler or tape measure.

  4. Use the chart below to determine your ring size based on the measurement:

    • 44.2 mm = Size F
    • 44.8 mm = Size G
    • 45.5 mm = Size H
    • 46.1 mm = Size I
    • 46.8 mm = Size J
    • 47.4 mm = Size K
    • 48.0 mm = Size L
    • 48.7 mm = Size M
    • 49.3 mm = Size N
    • 50.0 mm = Size O
    • 50.6 mm = Size P
    • 51.2 mm = Size Q
    • 51.9 mm = Size R
    • 52.5 mm = Size S
    • 53.1 mm = Size T
    • 53.8 mm = Size U
    • 54.4 mm = Size V
    • 55.1 mm = Size W
    • 55.7 mm = Size X
    • 56.3 mm = Size Y
    • 57.0 mm = Size Z

Note that this is just a general guide and may not be 100% accurate for everyone. It is always best to try on rings in person to ensure a proper fit. If you have any questions or concerns about ring sizing, you can always consult with a jewellery expert.


Option 2

Here's a printable version of the ring sizing guide:



To use Shralite's “printable” Ring Sizer (choice 1 & 2), follow these steps:

Choice 1:

  • Print it on a white paper. Pay attention to select “fit to page” option on your print command screen.
  • Cut out the sizer.
  • Make a slot in the sizer by cutting along the dotted line.
  • Roll the sizer into a circle with the numbers on the outside.
  • Insert the “arrow” end of the tab into the slot.
  • Place the sizer around your finger & pull the tab through the slot until the paper is snug around your finger.
  • Read finger size on the scale from 0-15.

Choice 2:

Get possession of a ring that already fits the recipient's 4th finger on the left hand.
By comparing the ring to the printable ring sizer, you can accurately determine the correct ring size