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Size "N"


#1

Jeff the british equivalent to the U.S. is size 6 Bob


#2

Jeff the british equivalent to the U.S. is size 6 Bob

Could someone tell us how to do the rests of the conversions? I
had a sizing request a couple of days ago for a “European” size
and had no idea whatsoever what the equilvalent might be.

Bruce D. Holmgrain
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#3

Hi Bob,

Jeff the british equivalent to the U.S. is size 6 Bob

Just to avoid confusion. My two seperate sources both have a 6
as size L.

I’ll just zoom over to the workshop and check the USA sizers I
have against my UK stick… (big pause)

Well, I’ve now returned from the windy workshop and a size 6 USA
slides down to an L. The size 6 1/2 is almost exactly an M and
the size 7 is about N 1/4.

I hope this helps.

Kind regards,

Kerry
| Website - http://www.bennie.demon.co.uk/ |
| Hand made Celtic and Scottish Jewellery, Katunayake, Creagorry, |
|Isle of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides HS7 5PG Kingdom of Scotland |
|Tel:44 1870 602677 Fax:44 1870 602956 Mobile:44 85-005-9162 |


#4

Hello All,

There seems to be some confusion over ring sizes and so I’ve
included a table supplied by Jewellery Advisory Centre in London.
Ring Sizes - Approximate Comparison Table.

                Inside  Diameter

American British European Inch mm
A 0.475 12.065
38 0.4762 12.096
A 1/2 0.4828 12.263
1 0.486 12.344
39 0.4887 12.414
B 0.4905 12.459
B 1/2 0.4983 12.657
40 0.5013 12.733
1 1/2 0.502 12.751
C 0.506 12.852
C 1/2 41 0.5138 13.051
2 0.518 13.157
D 0.5215 13.246
42 0.5263 13.369
D 1/2 0.5293 13.444
2 1/2 0.534 13.564
E 0.537 13.64
43 0.5389 13.687
E 1/2 0.5448 13.838
3 0.55 13.97
44 0.5514 14.006
F 0.5525 14.034
F 1/2 0.5603 14.232
45 0.5639 14.324
3 1/2 0.566 14.376
G 0.568 14.427
G 1/2 0.5758 14.625
46 0.5765 14.642
4 0.582 14.783
H 0.5835 14.821
47 0.589 14.961
H 1/2 0.5913 15.019
4 1/2 0.598 15.189
I 0.599 15.215
48 0.6015 15.279
I 1/2 0.6068 15.413
5 49 0.6141 15.597
J 0.6145 15.608
J 1/2 0.6223 15.806
50 0.6266 15.916
5 1/2 K 0.63 16.002
K 1/2 0.6378 16.2
51 0.6391 16.234
6 L 0.6455 16.396
52 0.6517 16.552
L 1/2 0.6533 16.594
M 0.661 16.789
6 1/2 0.662 16.815
53 0.6642 16.871
M 1/2 0.6688 16.988
N 0.6765 17.183
54 0.6767 17.189
7 0.678 17.221
N 1/2 0.6843 17.381
55 0.6893 17.507
O 0.692 17.577
7 1/2 0.694 17.628
O 1/2 0.6998 17.775
56 0.7018 17.826
P 0.7075 17.971
8 0.71 18.034
57 0.7143 18.144
P 1/2 0.7153 18.169
Q 0.723 18.364
8 1/2 0.7265 18.453
58 0.7269 18.462
Q 1/2 0.7308 18.562
R 0.7385 18.758
59 0.7394 18.78
9 0.743 18.872
R 1/2 0.7463 18.956
60 0.7519 19.098
S 0.754 19.152
9 1/2 0.759 19.279
S 1/2 0.7618 19.35
61 0.7644 19.416
T 0.7695 19.545
62 0.777 19.736
T 1/2 0.772 19.741
10 0.778 19.761
U 0.785 19.939
63 0.7895 20.054
U 1/2 0.7928 20.137
10 1/2 0.794 10.168
V 0.8005 20.333
64 0.802 20.372
V 1/2 0.8083 20.531
11 0.811 20.599
65 0.8146 20.69
W 0.816 20.726
W 1/2 0.8238 20.925
11 1/2 66 0.8271 21.008
X 0.8315 21.12
X 1/2 0.8393 21.318
67 0.8396 21.326
12 0.843 21.412
Y 0.847 21.514
68 0.8522 21.645
Y 1/2 0.8548 21.712
12 1/2 0.859 21.819
Z 0.8625 21.908
69 0.8647 21.963
Z 1/2 0.8703 22.106
13 0.875 22.225

I hope this helps.
More to the point, I hope it comes out as I’ve laid it out after being
transmitted. :slight_smile:

Kind regards,

Kerry
| Website - http://www.bennie.demon.co.uk/ |
| Hand made Celtic and Scottish Jewellery, Katunayake, Creagorry, |
|Isle of Benbecula, Outer Hebrides HS7 5PG Kingdom of Scotland |
|Tel:44 1870 602677 Fax:44 1870 602956 Mobile:44 85-005-9162 |


#5

Hi Kerry,

Thanks ever so much for the British letter to US # ring size
chart. I’m sure it’ll come in handy.

Dave


#6
    Could someone tell us how to do the rests of the
conversions? I had a sizing request a couple of days ago for a
"European" size and had no idea whatsoever what the equilvalent
might be 

Bruce, Look in the back of oppi’s book.

Mark P.