Ring Size Guide
Ring Size Chart
- Size 6: This is a small ring size, typically for slender fingers.
- Size 7: A common medium ring size, suitable for many people.
- Size 8: Considered a large ring size, ideal for those with wider fingers.
- Size 9: A larger ring size, often chosen for larger hands.
How do I find my ring size?
We’re often asked the question: “How do I find my ring size” so we’ve decided to help you. Here we hope to give you everything you need to know so that you will find your best fit easily, even when shopping from home - as size does matter!
Method 1: Measure an Existing Ring
A helpful method if you’re surprising someone with a gift or treating yourself.
- Choose a ring that already fits your finger well.
- Measure the interior diameter of the ring in millimeters (mm).
- Use the measurement chart above to match the size of your ring to the closest Vurose size in mm (diameter).
Method 2: Measure your own finger
Found the perfect ring? Follow these instructions to find your perfect size.
- Grab a tape measure, length of string or strip of paper.
- Wrap it around the finger you’ll wear your ring on.
- Lay your string or paper strip on a flat surface and use a ruler to measure the length up to the mark. Use the chart above to match the measurement to the closest Vurose ring size in mm (circumference).
Consider the Fit: Decide if you want a snug fit or a slightly looser fit. Depending on your preference, you might choose the exact size or go up half a size.
Time of Day: Keep in mind that your fingers may be slightly larger in the evening or in warmer weather, so it's a good idea to measure your ring size at various times if you're unsure.