Whether it's silver rings, gold rings or vintage rings - when buying, you should know what size you need to get your dream ring that fits perfectly.
You can easily determine your ring size in a number of ways. If you want to determine your ring size, there are different ways you can proceed. The ring size is given in millimeters and reflects the circumference of the finger or the point on the finger where the ring sits at the end.
It makes no difference whether you are looking for women's or men's rings, so you can also choose partner rings in the right size in this way.
You can easily determine the circumference of this spot with a small piece of thread that you do not wrap too tightly around your finger and then measure with a ruler, or more simply - a measuring tape. Measuring the ring size is therefore really easy and much less complicated than determining the clothing size.
There are several ways to find out what ring size you have. We recommend using a tape measure or ring sizing template. Both methods are relatively easy and can be done at home.
- Measure your finger with a tape measure:
Put the tape measure around the finger you want to wear the ring on. Make sure the band is not too tight or too loose. Use a pen to mark the point on the tape where it overlaps. Take off the tape and measure the length of the overlapping area with a ruler. The measured value corresponds to your ring size.
- Use a ring sizing template:
Print out our ring sizing template and place it around the finger you wish to wear the ring on. Make sure the template is not too tight or too loose. Find the point on the template where the two ends overlap. Take off the template and measure the length of the overlapping area with a ruler. The measured value corresponds to your ring size.
-Measure your finger at the end of the day when it's a little swollen.
-If you are between two ring sizes, we recommend the larger size.
-If you can't get the ring on your finger, it can be adjusted with a ring sizer expander or reducer. However, please note that gold rings often need to be resected to ensure their stability and longevity.
-If you are unsure, please feel free to contact us. We're here to help!
It's best to get started right away - now that you can convert your ring size, there's nothing standing in the way of you browsing our website to your heart's content and being inspired by great jewelry ideas or by using the keyword search for "silver rings", for example. And remember, you should figure out the ring size for each finger individually in order to have the option of adorning multiple fingers at the same time.
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