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Our sizing advice is a guideline only
Please consider this when choosing your size
Measuring The Correct Ring Size
A ring should fit your finger comfortably. It needs to be tight enough so that it won’t fall off, but at the same time, loose enough to slide over your knuckle.
Also, keep in mind that one’s finger size can slightly vary depending on the time of day and the weather. The best result is obtained when you measure your finger size:
- Near the end of the day and when your fingers are warm (fingers tend to be smaller in the early morning and when cold)
- To eliminate an erroneous reading, it is best to measure your finger size up to 3 or 4 times.
There are several different methods for measuring your ring size. We recommend following several methods
and match the result to avoid mistakes.
1. Measure the inner circumference of your ring with a measuring tape or ruler. If the circumference is 56 mm, it corresponds to a size 56.
2. Take a piece of thread and tie it loosely around the finger you want to measure. Then you measure the length of the cord which corresponds to your size. For example, if the piece of thread is 56 mm long, this will correspond to a size 56.
3. Use a ruler or slider and measure the inside diameter in mm of your ring. Then you can easily read your ring size in the table below.
15.5 mm = size 49
15.9 mm = size 50
16.2 mm = size 51
16.5 mm = size 52
16.8 mm = size 53
17.2 mm = size 54
17.5 mm = size 55
17.7 mm = size 56
18.0 mm = size 57
18.4 mm = size 58
18.7 mm = size 59
19.9 mm = size 60
4. Additionally, a ring sizer can determine your exact ring size.