top of page



My rings are sized using traditional UK finger size letters. All rings are made to order.

Please make sure you have carefully measured your finger before placing an order.


Remember that measurement can be affected by:

  • Time of day - for best results, measure your finger size at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest.

  • Weather - when it's warm, your fingers tend to swell and when it's cold, they will shrink. Aim to measure in a neutral environment.

  • Left / right hand - your dominant hand tends to be a little bigger.

  • Diet - avoid taking your finger’s measurement after consuming salty foods or alcoholic drinks.

  • Weight loss


Your ring should be able to slide over the knuckle with some resistance.

If you're between two sizes, opt for a larger one.

When ordering a ring with a wide bandwidth, it’s generally better to go one size up.

1. Visit a professional jeweller

If you don’t know your ring size, the best way to measure it is to visit a professional jeweller.

Your local jeweller will be able to measure your size, which is usually a free service.

2. Measure your ring size at home

Use a ring you already have that fits well. Print this document as A4 size. Ensure you do not have ‘Fit to page’ selected. 

Ring size template UK

Place your ring over the sizing circle. Make sure it aligns with the inside of your ring.

Ring sizing template UK
Ring sizing template UK
Ring sizing template UK

Please note that this is only a guide. I always recommend having your ring size professionally measured at a jeweller for accurate sizing.


MDK Jewellery supplied on one of the following chain lengths: 

  • 16” (40.6cm), 

  • 18” (45.7cm), 

  • 20” (50.8cm). 

Chain sizes chart
bottom of page