Ring size


Finding your exact ring size can be a tricky business. Here are some guidelines to help you find your size. Please note, that we use European sizes.

We recommend that you measure the size of your finger at the end of the day, and that you avoid taking any measurements on unusually hot or cold days. 

Your size can vary, depending on how narrow or wide the ring is, so you might have to go up one or more sizes from your regular size, if the ring is very wide. If you feel like you are between two sizes, we always recommend choosing the larger one. Please do not hesitate to contact us, if you need any help choosing the right size. 

METHOD 1: Use a ruler and measure the internal diameter of one of your rings and compare to the table below:

Ø15,50 mm

size 48

Ø15,80 mm

size 49

Ø16,20 mm

size 50

Ø16,30 mm

size 51

Ø16,70 mm

size 52

Ø17,10 mm

size 53

Ø17,30 mm

size 54

Ø17,70 mm

size 55

Ø18,00 mm

size 56

Ø18,30 mm

size 57

Ø18,60 mm

size 58

Ø18,90 mm

size 59

Ø19,30 mm

size 60

Ø19,60 mm

size 61

Ø19,90 mm

size 62

Ø20,10 mm

size 63

Ø20,50 mm

size 64

Ø20,80 mm

size 65

Ø21,10 mm

size 66

Ø21,30 mm

size 67

Ø21,70 mm

size 68

Ø22,10 mm

size 69

Ø22,30 mm

size 70




    1. Take a ribbon/thread and place it by the finger you want your ring for.
    2. Wrap the ribbon/thread around your finger. Make sure that it is comfortable and not too tight or too loose, and that the ring would be able to pass over your knuckle. 
    3. Mark the spot where the ribbon/thread meets.
    4. Measure the distance between the two marks with a ruler (in cm with mm visible). Now you have the circumference of your finger, which corresponds to European ring sizing. For instance, if the thread measures 54 mm. you should choose a size 54.