In the product descriptions for rings weights, are often given. The weights are based on the most common size. Choosing a larger or smaller ring increases or decreases the weight slightly. When buying a ring, the size is extremely important. Have a too large ring and it will not stay on your finger and may fly off, and have a too-small ring and the blood will have a hard time flowing through the finger, and the finger may turn blue.
Therefore, in order to wear a ring comfortably, you want to find the perfect fit and size. This ring size guide will help you with just that.
How to measure the size of rings?
1. Choose a ring you use often, preferably as smooth a ring as possible.
2. Make a ruler with millimeters.
3. Place the ring on a flat surface and measure the ring at the widest point.
4. The size you have now obtained, measured on the inside of the ring, is the size you should choose. (The inner diameter).
If you are unsure about your ring size, it is advised to visit a jeweler or goldsmith and ask for help. If you take help in a store with size, be sure to try the same model that you intend to order, as sizes may vary between different models, such as a curved or smooth rail.
How to measure ring size if you don’t have a ring to compare with
1. Take a piece of tape and wrap it one lap around your finger.
2. Measure the band where it goes together by placing it against a ruler.
3. The dimension you get in millimeters is the size you should choose.
Be sure to take into account whether you are warm or cold about your fingers when measuring, as the size of the fingers may change under different heat conditions. It’s also worth having in mind that the fingers on your dominant hand may be slightly thicker than your non-dominant hand.
Worth having in mind is that due to the craftsmanship and manufacturing process if you buy a custom handmade ring, the length and weight of the jewelry may differ slightly from the information adjacent to the respective product. Length can deviate up to +/- 0.5cm and weight up to +/- 10%.