Ring Sizes

The best option is to get to a jeweller and ask them to help you work out your ring size.  Alternatively there are some ring size guides that you can find here – paul harris designs ring size guide

 

US vs NZ Sizing

The US have a different ring sizing scale than New Zealand, UK and Australia. The following chart will help you to easily convert your US size to NZ size.

     NZ (UK, Australia)
     Diameter mm           Circumference mm           USA     
A 11.5 36.25 0.5
B 12.3 38.64 1
C 12.7 39.90 1.5
D 13.1 41.15 2
E 13.5 42.41 2.5
F 13.9 43.67 3
G 14.3 44.92 3.25
H 14.7 46.18 3.75
I 15.1 47.44 4.25
J 15.5 48.69 4.75
K 15.9 49.95 5.25
L 16.3 51.24 5.75
M 16.7 52.46 6.25
N 17.1 53.72 6.75
O 17.5 54.98 7
P 17.9 56.23 7.5
Q 18.3 57.49 8
R 18.7 58.75 8.5
S 19.1 60.00 9
T 19.5 61.26 9.5
U 19.9 62.52 10
V 20.3 63.77 10.5
W 20.7 65.00 11
X 21.1 66.29 11.5
Y 21.5 67.51 12
Z 21.9 68.77 12.5

 

PLEASE NOTE: Measure with a ring similar in width to the one you are ordering. Rings with a wider band need to be a larger size, even if they will be worn on the same finger. Be sure that both sides of your ring are the same size.

REMEMBER – Your left and right hands may be different sizes so be sure to measure the finger the ring will be worn on most.

Is It A SURPRISE? – Ask your significant other’s friends or family if they know her/his finger size. Borrow one of her/his rings (from the correct finger) and use the ring measurements in our ring size guide to determine the correct ring size.  OR get to a jeweller and ask them to help you work our your ring size.

 

paul harris designs ring size guide