British Ring Size Guide
In order to help insure that the ring you order from Zoara fits perfectly, we offer a downloadable and printable ring sizer. Simply download the PDF document, print it out, and follow the directions on the template. Our printable ring sizer provides you with two options to accuractely measure your ring size. Pick the option that is most comfortable for you. If you are still unsure, you can place your order without a ring size and our customer care team will be in touch to help determine which size is right for you.
We want you to feel comfortable when measuring your ring size. Please feel free to contact our Customer Service representatives if you have any questions about the directions on the printable ring sizer.VIEW PDF
If you feel uncomfortable measuring your ring size, most local jewelers offer to measure ring size free of charge.
Be sure to measure your finger towards the end of the day when fingers are thickest. Measuring a cold finger may result in an inaccurate measurement and a smaller ring size.
If using Zoara's printable ring sizer, always measure the circumference around the base of your finger, past the knuckle.
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While the American ring size formula is the most commonly used, there are many different international ring size formulas as well. While the American ring size is comprised of just numbers, while the U.K. ring size is comprised of both letters and numbers. Some countries such as Germany round the mm. ring size width to get the closest size. However, not every country has its own ring size. For example, Canada and the U.S. share numeral ring sizes, while Australia and New Zealand follow the U.K. ring size.
If you are not sure what your American ring size, you can always consult a conversion table, such as the one shown below: