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How to check your ring size (UK sizes)

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There are several ways to check your ring size before you purchase a ring.
What you'll need: 
A downloadable ring sizer (see link below)
The most accurate way to measure your ring size is to visit a jewellery store where they will measure your finger exactly. However, if you are online-shopping you may want to measure your own finger(s) to find your ring-size at home.
You can download this easy ring sizer below, and simply measure your finger and follow the instructions.
To help you find the right ring size here is a list of UK ring size measurements as well:- A 37.50mm; B 38.75 mm; C 40.00 mm; D 41.25 mm;
E 42.50 mm; F 43.75 mm; G 45.00 mm; H 46.25 mm; I 47.50 mm;
J 48.75 mm; K 50.00 mm; L 51.25 mm; M 52.50 mm; N 53.75 mm
O 55.00 mm; P 56.25 mm; Q 57.50 mm; R 58.75 mm; S 60.00 mm;
T 61.25 mm; U 62.50 mm; V 63.75 mm; W 65.00 mm; X 66.25 mm; Y 67.50 mm; Z 88.75 mm.
Rings which have a deep band width will need to be slightly larger than your normal rings so consider this when checking your size.


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