Ring Size Guide
HOW TO DETERMINE MY RING SIZE?
There are many factors that can influence the size of our fingers: if it's cold or hot, the time of the day, weight variations... the ideal way to be sure of your ring size would be to use as reference a ring you use that fits you comfortably and ask in a jewelry shop to measure its size with a ring mandrel. In alternative you can ask to measure your finger with a ring gauge.
If you don't have the chance to do so, you can simply measure rigorously the inside diameter of a ring you use. If it's easier, you can follow these instructions to determine your ring size by yourself as closely as possible:
Print this pdf (make sure the print is set to 100% for no change in measures).
Put a ring that fits you comfortably over each of the circumferences to determine the closest - the inner diameter of your ring should be in the middle of the black line of the printed circumference.
Choose the appropriate size when you order at the shop, considering that:
US = American ring size
PT = Portuguese ring size
PM = perimeter (in millimeters)
I ALREADY KNOW MY SIZE, BUT HAVE DOUBTS ABOUT THE SYSTEM OF MEASUREMENT USED.
Please note that there are several systems of measurement used worldwide and that the sizes commonly used in Portugal differ from those used in the United States or Australia, for example. That's why when you submit a size it should be associated with the correct unit of measurement, to avoid confusion.
To know more, you can check out this conversion chart.
STILL IN DOUBT?
No problem! Get in touch, we'll figure it out.