The best way to measure your ring size is to visit a professional jewellers which is usually a free service and getting them to size your finger.
You can measure your own ring size easily at home, just cut a strip of paper and wrap it around your finger. Mark where the strip meets itself, and measure to the nearest millimetre using a ruler. We advise going for the smallest size that will squeeze over your knuckle.
NOTE: A wider band will feel tighter than a narrower band. When purchasing a chunky ring, we recommend choosing one size up than your usual ring size.
We use UK ring sizing. You can find the dimensions of each of the sizes on this page.
You should measure your ring finger at the end of the day before you go to bed. Be aware that in hot weather our fingers swell a little and may show a larger size and in cold weather will be smaller. We recommend you measure your ring finger 3 or 4 times to get an accurate size.
If you have a ring that fits, you are welcome to post it to us prior to ordering your piece. We will work out your size based on this item and will return it safely with your order. Please use our contact form.
Diameter and circumference in millimetres (mm)
Bracelets & Bangles
Bracelets and bangles by Hannah Humpston Jewellery are measured in diameter and come in 3 main sizes.
Small is 60mm diameter/ 18.9cm circumference
Medium is 65mm diameter/ 20.4cm circumference
Large is 70mm diameter/ 22cm circumference
How to find your size
- Cut a piece of string or use a tape measure
- Bring your thumb and little finger together and measure where your hand is the widest.
- Mark the spot where the string / tape measure meets.
- Measure the length with your ruler.
- Turn your hand over. Tuck your thumb in again and double-check your measurement.
When using this method be sure to pull the string / tape measure tight to get an accurate reading
Measure an existing, well-fitting bangle.
This is the easiest option – just find a bangle that fits you well, and measure the internal diameter. Make sure it’s the inside of the bangle you measure, don’t reach to the outer edge of the bangle.