Ring Sizing Chart

Measuring Your Ring Size at Home


Advice for measuring your fingers

It is preferable to measure your fingers in the evening as they change in size slightly throughout the day, which is normal and expected. Fingers are often at their largest in the evening, and so measuring your fingers in the evening should ensure that the ring you purchase fits your finger!

It is also important to avoid measuring your fingers when they are cold as this could result in an incorrect measurement and the purchase of a ring which is too small for you.

We also recommend sizing your fingers various times to ensure that the final measurements are as accurate as possible.


Our sizes

Our rings come in European and American sizes, below is a chart converting UK ring sizes to European and/or American sizes.

Our rings currently come in the following sizes:

52 EU/6 US

54 EU/7 US

56 EU/7.5-8 US

If you have a special request for one of our rings in a different size, please get in touch at studio@sandralexandra.com


Conversion chart














Buy an adjustable ring sizer

You can also buy one of our ring sizers here to find out your ring size if you do not already know it – these are just 50p each and simple to use at home.

How to use the adjustable ring sizer:

  • Place the ring sizer over your finger
  • Pull the sizer until it fits comfortably around your finger but is not too tight – ensure that you are still able to slide the ring sizer over your knuckle
  • Using the black arrow, identify your ring size according to the given measurements (as pictured below)


What now? Browse our rings and see if anything takes your fancy!