Sizes Guide

To choose a ring size, keep in mind:

  • The size of each of your fingers is unique 
  • Measuring a finger on the right hand is not the same as measuring the corresponding finger on the left
  • Your fingers may be a little swollen during the day or on warmer days

  • A ring is preferably slightly larger than normal than smaller. So, if your measurement is between two numbers, you better choose the bigger one.
  • If the ring you want to buy is wide, you may need a larger number than a thinner ring can show you. 

1st way

 

  • Choose your own ring that fits snugly on the finger you want to wear your new ring on.
  • Measure with a ruler the inner distance of the ring (inner diameter)
  • In the column "Diameter" of Size chart next, look for the inside diameter that corresponds to your measurement. From there you can find the size of the ring that fits your diameter. If the exact diameter does not exist, select the largest one immediately.

 

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2nd way

  • Get a ribbon.
  • Wrap it around the finger on which you want to wear the ring you are interested in - so that it does not tighten or loosen completely - until one end meets the other.
  • Once the 2 ends are applied, mark the point of contact with a marker.
  • In the column "Region" of Size chart next, look for the length that corresponds to your measurement. From there you can find the size of the ring that fits your length. If the exact length does not exist, select the immediately larger one.

 

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Ring Size Table

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Necklace Sizes Guide

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