Ring Size Guide

There are two ways in which you can find your perfect ring size.


Method 1 - Using a Thread

1. Prepare the Thread: Cut a piece of thread or string long enough to wrap around your finger comfortably.

2. Wrap the Thread: Wrap the thread around the base of the finger where you plan to wear the ring. Make sure it's snug but not too tight.

3. Mark the Thread: Use the pen or marker to mark the point where the end of the thread meets the rest of the thread around your finger.

4. Measure the Length: Lay the thread flat on a ruler or measuring tape and measure the distance between the start of the thread and the mark you made. This measurement is the circumference of your finger.

5. Find the Ring Size: Using the ring size chart below, convert the circumference measurement to a ring size. This will show you the corresponding ring size for various circumferences.

- For accuracy, measure your finger at the end of the day when it’s likely to be at its largest.
- If your knuckle is much larger than the base of your finger, take two measurements: one around the knuckle and one around the base of the finger. Choose a size that fits both measurements comfortably.

Method 2 - Using our Template

Please note we are currently working on improving our template. Make sure to check back soon for an updated template. 


Ring Size Conversion Chart

50 K 5 1/4 10 50
51 L 5 3/4 11 51
52 L 1/2 6 12 52
53 M 1/2 6 1/4 13 53
54 N 1/2 6 3/4 14 54
55 O 7 1/4 15 55


Please note we also offer a bespoke ring sizing service at an additional cost of £50. To arrange for this service, please contact us at support@feggeri.com