Ring Size Measuring Aid in Sterling Silver
Ring Size Measuring Aid in Sterling Silver
Ring Size Measuring Aid in Sterling Silver
Ring Size Measuring Aid in Sterling Silver
Ring Size Measuring Aid in Sterling Silver
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Ring Size Measuring Aid in Sterling Silver

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This is the perfect solution if you would like to order a ring and have no idea how to measure your finger.  There are many pitfalls that you can stumble upon when you are trying to buy a ring online.  For a start, different countries/regions have different sizing scales.  Secondly, the difference between 2 ring sizes, and especially between a half size and the next full size is so tiny, that it can be a bit of a minefield if you would like to order a ring online.  The only way to be absolutely sure that you are ordering a correct size is if you try on rings made by the same maker, using the same instruments to determine your size.

If you would like to order a ring from my range, or a bespoke ring, I would strongly recommend verifying your size at the outset.  One option would be for you to send me a ring of yours that you wear on the same finger so that I can measure and determine its size.  Alternatively you can visit a jeweller and have your finger measured.  As my instruments are the same as those used by many professional jewellers in the UK, I would be fairly confident that there would be no discrepancy.  If you are outside the UK, or you would rather be absolutely sure, I would propose the following:

1) I will email you a printable pdf document which has a number of different ways in which you can measure your ring size.  In order to avoid discrepancies in sizing conversions, I would also recommend that you use the sheet to measure an existing ring, or take it to a professional jeweller in order to make sure the sizing scale corresponds to the local scale.

2) Once you have a guide size, you can order a number of my silver sizing rings to try on at home.  This is a really good idea as your finger size can fluctuate at different times of the day, and depending on the temperature.  It is common for a finger size to go up by a full size in the summer time.  Trying on the rings at different times of the day will give you a better idea as to what size is the best fit for you.

3) Once you are happy with your choice, send the rings back to me and I will refund you the cost of the rings.

The rings are 2.3mm wide, D shaped, sterling silver.