How to measure your ring size
Selecting the correct ring size can be a tricky task. In South Africa, we traditionally measure ring sizes by using letters of the alphabet.
Below is a quick guide to help you measure your ring size:
- On warm days or during exercise, your fingers may be swollen – so it is advisable that you do not attempt to measure your finger size under these conditions.
- Cut a piece of string or a thin strip of paper.
- Wrap the piece of string / paper around the finger where you are planning to wear the ring.
- Make sure the string / paper is not too tight or too loose.
- Use a marker to draw a line on the string / paper where it completes the circle around your finger.
- Measure the string / paper with a ruler (in mm). This is the circumference of the ring.
- Use the converter table below to determine your ring size and order the ring size closest to what we have available.
- NB: Please bear in mind that broad and stack rings will require extra width on your finger! We automatically add a 1/2 size for any broad or stack rings ordered. We do not offer a ring sizing service, and we strongly suggest that you go to your nearest jeweler and have the correct letter size measured for your finger.
- NB: Megan Goldner Designs does not take responsibility for incorrect ring sizes chosen.
- In the event that the incorrect ring size is chosen, the rings may be returned to us, and a re-sizing amount will be quoted upon receipt of the rings. Please note that shipping costs will be your responsibility.
- Please see our Warranties and Returns for more information.
|Size||Circumference in mm|
Most common ring sizes for ladies: Size J – Size S
Most common ring size for gents: Size T – Size X
The chain lengths we have available are:
45cm, 50cm, 55cm, 60cm, 65cm, 70cm & 75cm
How to measure your bangle size
If you need a different size from our standard sizes, please do not hesitate to contact us with your requirements.
Please note that bigger sizes may incur costs.