Pace Academy X-Small Ring


Pace Academy X-Small Ring is available in seven metals (sterling silver, 10-, 14-, and 18-karat white and yellow gold) with insets of black rhodium. Custom engraving is available at no additional charge. The square face size of the x-small ring is 11,6mm x 13mm.

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How to Measure Your Ring Size:

Method 1: Measure a previous ring

If you have a ring around the house that fits, you can use it to find out your ring size. First go to the internet and find a chart of ring size circles. It should be a page full of different sized circles labeled with ring sizes and should be easy to find online. Print the page out and put your ring over each of the circles on the chart until you find a circle that fits the inside of your ring perfectly. The size labeled on that circle is the size of the ring you are using to measure.

Method 2: Measuring with paper or a flexible tape measure

For this method, you will need a thin strip of paper (make it thin and long, about the same thickness as the ring you want), a tape measure or ruler (if you have a flexible tape measure you can use it instead of a piece of paper) and a pen or pencil.

Wrap the thin piece of paper or flexible tape measure around the base of your finger. Make sure that you can slide it off and on your finger easily over the knuckle. At the point where the end overlaps, make a mark on the paper with the pencil. Next lay the piece of paper flat on a ruler and note the distance from the closest end to the pencil mark. If using a flexible tape measure, you can read the measurement on the tape measure by looking where the ends of the tape measure overlaps. Ring sizes are measured in millimeters so you should write down the measurement in millimeters.

This method measures the circumference of the ring. Find the circumference closest to the size you measured and match it with the ring size in the left column using the table below.

Ring Size Circumference (mm)
3 44.2
3.5 45.5
4 46.8
4.5 48
5 49.3
5.5 50.6
6 51.9
6.5 53.1
7 54.4
7.5 55.7
8 57
8.5 58.3
9 59.5
9.5 60.8
10 62.1
10.5 63.4
11 64.6
11.5 65.9
12 67.2
12.5 68.5
13 69.7
13.5 71
14 72.3
14.5 73.6
15 74.8
15.5 76.1
16 77.4

• The average woman’s ring size is a 7 while the average man’s ring size is a 10.
• Your fingers will be a little bit more swollen at the end of the day so this is the best time to measure your fingers.
• You should measure when your hands are warm not cold as temperature can affect the size of your fingers
• Keep in mind that your hands can be different sizes, so a ring that fits on your left-hand ring finger might not fit your right-hand ring finger. Our dominant hands are normally slightly larger.
• Make sure that your measured size fits easily over your knuckle. If your knuckle is larger than your finger’s base, take two separate measurements and choose a size in between. You want the ring to be able to fit over your knuckle but not to be loose or it will move around on your finger too much.
• Rings with wider bands fit tighter, so take into account how wide your band is before you choose a size.
• If it comes down to guessing, err on the large size.


Optional Custom Engraving

Choose to customize your ring further with your initials, graduation year or both. This engraving will show on the top inside of the band.
*Please note that custom engraved items are not returnable.

SKU: PACE-XS Category:


The Pace Academy School Ring features its coat of arms, which was created by the school’s first headmaster, Frank D. Kaley, shortly after the school opened in 1958. Mr. Kaley personally created the coat of arms to exemplify the values he hoped to imbue to the Pace community: attitudes of generosity, courage, championship of the poor and feeble, adherence to truth and righteousness over falsehood and injustice, and love of one’s land, place and people. It prominently features the school’s most enduring symbol, the Pace Knight, set atop a crest with three sections to depict several traditional symbols of academia and learning: a plume, an inkwell and an open book.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

10-Karat White Gold, 10-Karat Yellow Gold, 14-Karat White Gold, 14-Karat Yellow Gold, 18-Karat White Gold, 18-Karat Yellow Gold, Sterling Silver

Finger Size

3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 12.5, 13, 13.5, 14, 14.5, 15, 15.5, 16

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