There are 6 ring sizes :
5.5, 6.5, 8.0, 9.0, 10.5, 11.5
XS S SM M L XL
The sizes range from about a 5 year old’s middle finger up to a typical men’s middle finger. This is a big range, so with only six sizes, perfect sizing may not be possible, but there will be a ring to fit you in some way. Your ring can also be hung on a necklace or attached to a keyring.
A rough guide for working out your ring size is below. Specific measurements are further below with inside diameter and circumference of the ring shown (millimeters).
If you are confused or unsure about your size and would like extra support, send me a photo of your hand and say which finger you would like to wear it on (I prefer my middle finger) and I will get back to you with my evaluation. Email me at : charmaine @ artistryinplay.com.au.
The images below may also help you to work out your size (more hand images coming soon).
Rough size guide
5.5 XS – toddler middle finger, small adult little finger
6.5 S – kid size, XSmall woman middle finger, Small woman ring finger
8.0 SM – Small woman middle finger
9.0 M – Med woman middle finger
10.5 L – Large woman middle finger
11.5 XL – Average men’s middle finger
size diameter (mm) / circumference (mm)
5.5 16.1 / 51
6.5 16.9 / 53
8.0 18.2 / 57
9.0 18.9 / 59
10.5 20.2 / 63
11.5 21.1 / 66
A more elaborate description of sizes ..
size 5.5 and 6.5 on 10yo boy
size 6.5 on 10yo boy
size 5.5 – little finger
size 6.5 – ring finger
size 8.0 – middle finger
size 9.0 – thumb
size 11.5 – middle finger
size 9.0 – ring finger
‘Middle finger’ description
My hand, a pretty ‘average’ female hand, is size 8.0. My sister-in-law’s hand is slightly larger and 9.0. The size for a larger woman’s hand tends to be 10.5. A petite woman’s hand is 6.5 and extremely fine boned females will fit a 5.5.
6.5 is the standard size of a regular child around 10 years old. 5.5 will swim on a 3 year old.
11.5 seems to be a common men’s size.