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Ring Sizing Guide

If you don’t know your ring size, the most reliable way to find out is by visiting a jewelry shop and asking them to measure the fingers your interested in. Alternatively, if that is not an option, you can follow the steps below.

1. You will need a ruler and a ring your currently own.

size guide for rings - Eleni Orfanou

The ring you will choose should be thin and flat, a wedding ring for example, and should also fit correctly in the finger you wish to measure.

2. Place the ring on top of the ruler, as shown in the picture and measure the inside diameter.

size guide for rings - Eleni Orfanou
size guide for rings - Eleni Orfanou

3. Based on your measurement, find your size on the chart below.

Diameter (millimeters) Size
14,947
15,348
15,649
16,050
16,251
16,552
16,853
17,254
17,455
17,856
18,157
18,558
18,859
19,260
19,561
19,862
20,063

It is important to be aware that various factors, for example the time of day you will take the measurement, temperature and humidity, physical exercise etc. can affect your ring size. Exercise and heat in particular, make the fingers swell and consequently, increase their diameter. In addition, the same fingers can have different sizes in each hand. Usually, they are slightly bigger on the dominant hand, for example on the right if someone is right-handed.

Finally, it is preferable for a ring to be slightly larger rather than smaller. If, for example, your finger measurement is 17mm (between sizes 53 and 54), it is better to choose size 54.

If you have any questions regarding your ring size, don’t hesitate to contact us.