48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65
yellow gold 750, white gold 750, red gold 750
One millimeter, a world!
You already have a ring whose wearing comfort pleases you and you know it’s size? Then share it with us! If you do not yet know your ring size, there are several ways to determine it. Whether you measure the inner diameter of an already fitting ring or the thickest part of your selected finger yourself and then compare it with a ring size chart – the trick is in the details, because the difference between the individual sizes is only tenths of a millimeter and exact measurement is therefore absolutely necessary. The measurements we give are in millimeters (corresponding to the European ring measurement unit) and refer to the circumference of the finger. A comparison of sizes 52 and 53, looking at the table, shows that the difference in diameter between 16.5 and 16.8 is only 0.3 millimeters. So the difference of a third of a millimeter makes a whole number. In order to obtain the most accurate result possible and the associated optimal wearing comfort, we therefore recommend the use of a calibrated ring sizer (preferably a ring gauge or a high-quality ring sizing template), which you can obtain for a small fee in Internet stores, for example. We are also happy to determine your ring size in our atelier.