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Ring size guide

EU ring sizes
Ring size
diameter (mm)
 Circumference inside
the ring (mm)
15.0 47,1
15.5 48,7
16.5 51,8
17.0 53,4
17.5 55,0
18.0 56,5


How to find out the size of a ring:

1. When measuring the size, consider the temperature; for example, in warm weather, the fingers may be slightly swollen, while in cool weather they will be at their slimmest. If your hands are warm, place them in cool water for a moment before checking the size.

2. You can accurately measure your ring size by visiting our showroom or your nearest goldsmith store. However, pay attention to the width of the ring. Our rings have a narrow band and are slightly rounded on the inside, so they fit about half a size smaller than wider rings.

3. Order a ring sizer to find out your ring size at home.

4. Find out your ring size at home: Cut a strip of paper about 10 cm long, 3–5 mm wide. Wrap the strip of paper snugly around the finger on which you will be wearing the ring. Then, with a pencil, mark the point where the paper begins to overlap. Open the strip of paper again and measure it accurately with a ruler. This measurement is the circumference of your finger. Divide the resulting measurement by pi (3.14) to get the diameter of the ring. Check the table above to see which size is closest to the result, and this will be your ring size.

If you have any questions about the size of the ring or if your size is not available, our customer service will be happy to help you.