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Where To Buy Size 4 Rings

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Where To Buy Size 4 Rings

If you already know your ring measurement or need to convert a ring size between different measuring systems, scroll down to our international and Australian Ring Size Chart. It includes ring size measurements in mm and inches, along with information about the different international ring sizing systems.

If you don't know your ring size or don't know how to get correct measurements to use when referring to the ring sizing chart below, then you're in luck: we're here to help. Scroll down to learn more.

We highly recommend investing in one of our very handy ring size kits. Each kit contains a reusable ring sizer belt, our handy ring size measuring and conversion guide and even a discount code to use when you return to shop for rings with Simone Walsh Jewellery.

Because we want to be sure that you get an accurate ring size measurement, we've put together a handy guide on How to Measure Your Ring Size. It includes our top tips for getting an accurate ring size measurement at home, along with different methods for measuring your finger size. There's even a handy PDF to download to measure an existing ring.

Once you've got your ring size worked out, come back to this page and scroll down to our accurate ring size chart below, where you can see your size in various international ring sizing systems and with measurements in both metric and inches.

Below is our ring size conversion chart. It shows sizes in diameter and circumference in both mm and inches. There is no difference between men's and women's ring sizes, so this chart applies to everybody.

We've included conversions for the numerical (USA), alphabetical (or Wheatsheaf) and European ring sizes. The alphabetical or Wheatsheaf system is used for Australian ring sizes, but most jewellers in Australia will also accept the USA numerical system.

ISO sizes are used in some European countries, but these size numbers simply correspond with the internal circumference in millimetres. Some European countries use a slightly different system where 40mm is deducted from the ISO size (so a ring with a 44mm circumference will be a size 4 in this system).

Note that measurements for different international ring sizing systems don't precisely align, so this chart shows a close equivalence across the different systems based on commonly used USA ring size measurements. These differences are tiny enough that they shouldn't affect your chosen ring size, no matter which sizing system you're using.

Simone Walsh is an Australian jewellery designer and maker who has been creating unique jewellery in silver, gold and gemstones for over 25 years. She lives and works on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula outside Adelaide in South Australia, where she's lucky enough to walk on the beach and visit vineyards in her free time. Simone is the Founder & Creative Director of Simone Walsh Jewellery.

The next smallest finger size is US 4, measuring 46.5 millimeters in circumference or 14.8 in diameter. And unlike the ring size US 3, size US 5 is quite common and measures 49 millimeters in circumference and 15.6 in diameter. Half sizes are also available.

The smallest ring size in the UK equals US size 3, but the units of measure differ. UK ring sizes are measured alphabetically, and the smallest official ring size is UK F. However, the finger sizing starts with UK A, measuring just 37.8 millimeters in circumference and 12.04 millimeters in diameter.

UK G ring size converts to US 3.5 and measures 45.2 millimeters in circumference. UK H ring size equals US 4 and measures 46.5 millimeters in circumference. In other words, each new letter in the UK ring sizing chart converts to a half step rather than a whole step as with the US sizing chart.

Some points are worth noting. Firstly, you will likely need different sizes for narrow and wide rings. Wide rings have more finger coverage and are harder to take off, so opt for a slightly larger size. Narrow rings, on the opposite, are easier to ta

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