How do I know what size ring I have?
How to measure the ring size
Before you start measuring, there are a few things to consider. Some of these may sound obvious at first - but as ring sizing is often a matter of millimetre work, they can make all the difference.
- Always measure the finger on which the ring will be worn later. The fingers of our dominant hand are usually slightly larger than the fingers of the other hand.
- The size of our fingers changes throughout the day. In the morning, our fingers are thinner than usual. It is therefore best to measure ring size at the end of the day when they are warm.
- While cold weather can cause fingers to shrink, heat or water retention from food, medication or illness can cause swelling.
- Our knuckles are usually larger than the base of the fingers. So to be on the safe side, you should order rings half a size larger to fit comfortably over your knuckle.
What you need:Ring size guide / ruler, ring
1. Download our ring size guide. Please note that it is very important to print it out in the correct paper size. Print it at 100% and make sure the page scaling in your print dialogue box is set to "None".
2. place the ring over the circles indicated in the ring sizing guide.
3. read the inside diameter of the circle that best fits the size of the ring.
4. determine your ring size. Determine your ring size by comparing the inside diameter with the appropriate circumference in our international ring size chart or by multiplying by the number 3.14. For example, if you measured an inside diameter of 16 mm, you will get a result of 50.24 mm (16 x 3.14) and can therefore order rings in size 50. If you do not want to measure the inner diameter of the ring with our ring size chart, you can measure it yourself with a ruler.