Find Your Ring Size

How to Find Your Ring Size

Finding the perfect ring size is crucial for ensuring your piece fits comfortably and securely. At Boujee Ice, where each ring is a symbol of beauty, sustainability, and ethical craftsmanship, we want to ensure that your ring fits perfectly. Follow these easy steps to determine your ring size:

Step 1: Get Your Tools Ready

You'll need a piece of string or a strip of paper about 100mm (4 inches) long and 3mm (0.12 inches) wide, a pen for marking, and a ruler with millimeter measurements.

Step 2: Wrap It Around Your Finger

Wrap the string or paper strip around the base of the intended finger. For accuracy, the strip should be snug; too tight or too loose can lead to incorrect sizing.

Step 3: Mark the Size

Use a pen to mark where the end of the string or paper first overlaps.

Step 4: Measure the Length

Lay your marked string or paper flat against a ruler to measure the length in millimeters. This measurement is the circumference of your finger.  To calculate the diameter, divide the circumference by pi (dividing by 3.14 will work).

Step 5: Find Your Ring Size

Use the measurement and the ring size chart below to find your ring size. If the measurement falls between sizes, it's best to go up to the next size to ensure the ring fits comfortably.

Ring Size Conversion Chart with Circumference Measurements

This table compares ring sizes and their corresponding finger circumference used in different countries to help you find the right size no matter where you are.

NZ, Australia, UK (Europe) Circumference (mm) US & Canada China, Japan, South America
A 37.8 0.5 1
B 39.1 1 3
C 40.4 1.5 4
D 41.7 2 6
E 42.9 2.5 7
F 44.2 3 8
G 45.5 3.5 9
H 46.8 4 11
I 48.0 4.5 12
J 49.3 5 13
K 50.6 5.5 14
L 51.9 6 16
M 53.1 6.5 17
N 54.4 7 18
O 55.7 7.5 20
P 57.0 8 21
Q 58.3 8.5 23
R 59.5 9 24
S 60.8 9.5 25
T 62.1 10 27
U 63.4 10.5 28
V 64.6 11 30
W 65.9 11.5 31
X 67.2 12 32
Y 68.5 12.5 34
Z 69.7 13 35

Tips for Accurate Measurement

  • Measure at the end of the day: Your fingers are at their largest in the evening.
  • Consider your knuckle: If your knuckle is notably larger than the base of your finger, take two measurements and choose a size that falls somewhere in between.
  • Be mindful of temperature: Your finger size can change with temperature swings, so avoid measuring when your hands are particularly cold or warm.
  • Does band thickness affect ring size? Yes, band thickness can affect your ring size. The more a ring covers your finger, the tighter it will fit. Stacking many band types, such as with a wedding ring set, can also increase the ring size you’ll need. We recommend measuring your ring size with a sizer that’s close to the thickness of the ring you'll be wearing.

Your ring should fit your finger comfortablysnug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance.

We hope this detailed guide assists you in accurately determining your ring size. At Boujee Ice, we believe in providing not only stunning jewellery but also pieces that hold true to ethical and environmental standards. Find the perfect fit and feel good about wearing it!

If you're shopping for someone else, the best way to find his or her ring size is to ask. If you're planning a surprise, get help from friends and family. They can ask without raising any eyebrows. 

Go for a larger size: If you're not sure the person's exact size, you can purchase a larger-than-average one and get it resized later. It's not easy to size up a small ring, so larger is always better if you go this route. 

What If I Order the Wrong Ring Size?  Don't worry Boujee Ice will allow one return for a different size providing the ring is in its original condition and returned with all original packaging and certificates.  See our Returns and Refunds policy.