Ring Size Guide

Ring Size Guide

We want to make sure that the rings fit you perfectly. There are a number of ways to measure your ring size and we advise the following:

  1. Measure with an existing ring

    Print the Ring Size Checker and follow the instructions to find out what size your existing ring is. If the measurement of the diameter falls between two sizes, we would advise to choose the larger size. 

  2. Measure your finger

    Please measure the inside diameter of an existing ring with a ruler. Alternatively, you can also wrap a narrow string around your finger, mark where the ends meet and measure the distance, this is your circumference. Match the measurement using our Conversion Chart.

  3. Use a ring sizer

    Simply email info@neoladesign.co.uk and we will send you a ring sizer free of charge.

  4. Visit a jeweller

    A local jeweller should be able to measure your finger and advise you of your ring size in UK Sizing and your size should be a letter.


Rings with a thick band or stacking design will feel tighter than a thin band, so we would recommend going for a size larger than your normal ring size.

If you measure your finger and it is between two different sizes, we would advise selecting the larger size, as this will be more comfortable.

The best time to measure your finger is at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Temperature can affect the size of your finger, cold weather can shrink your fingers up to half a size, so make sure they are warm. 

In the UK, ring sizes are measured alphabetically, in the US and Europe they have a numerical classification. 


Should you require any assistance with ring sizing please do not hesitate to contact us and we would be happy to help, please email info@neolaesign.co.uk or call +44 (0) 78 5170 2974.