So my frequently asked question is ‘how do I find out what my ring size is? If this is you please do read on! This can be such a tricky thing to work out so I’ve made an online tutorial which I hope might really help, please do check it out and come back to me with any questions about what your size might be, always more than happy to chat.

Do click this link https://youtu.be/dX2DhhAIoz0 or press play on the video below for a quick tutorial from me on measuring your ring size at home.

If you’d rather not watch a video here are the instructions. Cut yourself a strip of paper and then put it around the finger you’d like a ring for. Pop a piece of tape on the paper to fix the shape and make sure you’re happy with the fit. It should fit snugly but be able to tightly slide over the knuckle. Cut the paper and measure it against the ruler. Then use the chart to check your size against the measurements.  The following are US sizes:

size 5 = 51mm; size 6 = 53.5mm, size 7 = 56mm, size 8 = 58.5mm; size 9 = 61mm; size 10 = 63.5mm

Perhaps you already know your ring size in EUR or another type, in which case please do take a look at this chart and see what you might be. If you’re in between sizes please just ask me (I will often advise to go up a size if you’re a half size under but please do contact me) – any doubt on your size please do ask!

Please do let me know if this helps or if you’d like further help using the contact form on this website or at kaz@gemlettuce.com, Kaz