Finding the correct ring size you need shouldn't be difficult for you to do. That’s why we offer a ring size guide that can help you get the right fit. This easy to use chart will help you find the right fit before you purchase from Emerson & Farrar in store, or online. The sizes on the charts below are the same measurements we use in store to help our customers find their perfect ring. We've used these sizes to help thousands of happy customers pick the right size for their husbands, wifes, family members and bride or grooms to be!

Prepping for Measurement

Before you begin taking your measurements, pick the finger on which you want to wear your ring. The fingers on your dominant hand tend to be larger than those on your non-dominant hand, so keep that in mind when measuring for your ring size.

Ensure that your finger is at its normal size before taking a measurement. Cold weather can cause your fingers to shrink a bit, while heat or water retention caused by food, medications, or illness can cause finger swelling.

How Do I Measure My Finger for a Ring?

If you have access to a printer, we highly recommend using our printable ring sizer, as it is the surest way to get an accurate measurement. If you do not have access to a printer, you can use either a string or a strip of paper to measure your finger or a ring you already own. See the charts below for further instructions on these sizing methods.

Print Our PDF Chart

Ring Sizing Tips

  • Measure the inside of another ring that fits using a tape measure and our printable ring sizer.
  • The ring should fit your finger comfortably: snug enough so it won't fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with relative ease.
  • When the knuckle is bigger than the base of the finger, measure both places and pick a size in between the two.
  • Measure your ring size at the end of the day when your fingers are warm. Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather, and your fingers are actually smaller in the early morning and in cold weather. Also, keep in mind that fingers on your dominant hand are usually larger.
  • Measure 3 to 4 times for more accuracy.

How do I use String or Paper as a Ring Sizer?

The String or Paper Test

What you need:

Pencil Icon
Pen or pencil
Ruler Icon
Ruler
Paper Icon
String or piece of paper

What to do

  1. Take a piece of string, ribbon, thread, or a thin strip of paper and wrap it around your finger, close to the knuckle.
  2. With a pen, carefully mark the spot where the string overlaps with its end and hold it up to a ruler that has millimeter measurements.
  3. Use the chart to determine your ring size.

Ring Size

3

47.5

4

48.0

5

51.0

6

53.0

7

56.0

8

58.0

9

61.0

10

63.5

11

66.0

12

69.0

13

71.0

14

73.0

Measurement (MM) - If your measurement is inbetween two sizes, add a half size to your ring (If you measure a 54-55, your ring size is a 6.5).

How do I find What Ring Size I am, Using a Ring That I Own?

With a ruler and the chart below. Use the ruler to measure the diameter of the inside of the ring, then look up the measurement on the chart to find the corresponding ring size.

The Ring Test

What you need:

Ring Icon
Ring
Ruler Icon
Ruler

What to do

  1. Measure the diameter of the inside circle of the ring.
  2. Use the chart below to find the corresponding ring size in the top row.

Ring Size

3

14.1

4

14.9

5

15.7

6

16.5

7

17.7

8

18.1

9

19.0

10

19.8

11

20.6

12

21.4

13

22.2

14

23.0

Measurement (MM) - If your measurement is inbetween two sizes, add a half size to your ring (If you measure a 16.9 - 17.1, your ring size is a 6.5).

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