When it comes to jewellery, finding the perfect fit is so important, especially for rings. Knowing your size is a must. Most of our collection is adjustable and can be altered to fit several sizes. However, here’s everything you need to know about larger ring sizes.  

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Understanding ring sizes  

Ring sizes are typically measured using letters of the alphabet, ranging from A to Z. Each letter corresponds to a specific circumference or diameter, ensuring a snug fit that won't slip off or feel too tight. Additional sizing options are available on the market to accommodate varying needs.  

Here’s a breakdown from our Head of Product Design, Kirsty Brown. "The UK uses a system of letters for ring sizes, the US uses numbers, and the EU uses numbers but it's a different methodology for measuring. The most straightforward way of ensuring your ring size is going to match up is to measure the internal diameter of a ring. This is the measurement from one side of the ring to the other, from the 3 o'clock to the 9 o'clock position, in millimetres. Different companies will have a slight variation in their sizes depending on whether they set their size by Europe, the US or the UK. Most people, if they know they're roughly a K, they'll generally fit into a US size 5.5 or an EU 50, but it's always best to double check across different brands." 

The largest ring sizes  

For people with larger ring sizes, finding the perfect ring size can seem daunting, but it’s not impossible. The largest standard ring size available in the UK typically ranges from Z+1 to Z+6. 

By understanding the basics of ring sizing and following our simple tips, you can find the perfect ring size. 

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