RING SIZE GUIDE
Ring sizes in our online shop are the Italian and the French ones.
To help you find the right ring size this table shows the diameter and the circumference of each ring size in millimetres.
Please note that this is a guide, which only purpose is to help you find the right size. If you are not sure about it please ask your jeweler or contact us.
1. WHICH FINGER?
Primarily, you should determine which finger you would like to wear the chosen ring.
2. THE TYPE OF RING
Once you've established which finger is the chosen one, you can move onto the next step. For better determining which size will suit you, an option is to take a ring you already have and to measure the diameter from the inside. In doing so, remember that
A. the ring has to be similar to the one you would like to buy - thin, medium or a thick band ring
B. you wear it at the same finger you would wear the new one.
Take a look at the next two images to know how to take the measuring.
HOW TO TAKE MEASUREMENTS OF THE RING
Be very careful while taking measurements.
A diameter of 17,2 mm (1,72 cm) means an italian size 14, while 17,8 mm (1,78 cm) is already a size 16, meaning two sizes up.
If you are not sure, then we suggest you go to a jeweler who can take measurements properly.
HOW TO TAKE MEASUREMENTS OF THE FINGERS
Another easy way to know which size your fingers wear, is to take measurement of their circumference, as shown in the picture above.
The thicker the ring, the tighter the fit. If your ring of choice has a thick band you may need to go one or two (or more) sizes up.
When measuring your finger, avoid doing so in cold temperatures. The best time of the day to measure is in the evening, when your fingers are largest.
If you have large knuckles, you might want to take the measuring on them.