Pandora Ring Sizing Guide
|15.3 mm||4.5||h1/2 - i1/2||48|
|16.5 mm||6||l - l1/2||52|
|17.2 mm||7||m1/2 - n1/2||54|
|17.8 mm||7.5||o - p||56|
|18.5 mm||8.5||p1/2 - q1/2||58|
|19 mm||9||r1/2 - s||60|
Printable Ring Sizing Guide
When choosing a ring size:
Choose the ring size of the largest finger on which you’ll be wearing the ring. When measuring, round off to the closest whole millimeter.
For a looser fit, select one size up from your normal ring size.
Wide shank ring:
This ring has a wider band. We recommend one size larger than your normal ring size.
How to Measure your diameter:
Diameter is the measurement across the inner width of the ring
- A ring that fits you
Find a ring that fits.
Lay the ring on top of a ruler, and measure the widest area inside the ring from the inner edge to the inner edge. Round off to the closest whole millimeter.
If your ring is a different shape than a circle, measure the shortest distance across it.
How to Measure Circumference:
Circumference is the measurement around the base of the finger
- 5mm wide strip of paper
- Pencil of fine tip pen
Cut a long strip of paper that is 5.0 mm wide.
Wrap the strip of paper around the base of the desired finger. For the most accurate result, pull the paper as tightly as possible.
*Don’t worry! The correct ring size is determined on the basis of a tight measurement; the ring itself won’t fit that tightly.
Ensure that the paper is evenly overlapped and pulled tight, and mark where the strip of paper meets itself.