Determining your ring size
To make sure that you’ll enjoy your new ring to the full, it’s crucial that you order it in the right size. The ring size is given either as the ring’s inner diameter or its circumference (the latter being the standard used in the jewelry business, diameter x 3.14). We offer three options for determining your ring size:
1. Determining the diameter
Take one of your rings that fits you particularly well. Use a millimeter rule to measure the inner diameter exactly in the middle of the ring, from one inner edge to the other, and also state half-millimeters (1 mm corresponds to 3 ring sizes measured by circumference).
2. Determining the circumference using a cord
Another option is to wind a piece of thread around your finger and measure the length.
3. Determining the size using a ring chart
A very precise method for determining the ring size is to use the Bernd Wolf ring chart.