How to Find a Ring Size
There are 2 methods, knowing the diameter, or knowing the circumference:
METHOD 1. DIAMETER: Take another ring as a reference and measure the diameter:
METHOD 2. CIRCUMFERENCE: Take a tape, a thread or a strip of paper. Roll around your finger near your knuckle, pen at the intersection, and measure the distance. That distance is the circumference.
FINALLY, CHECK A TABLE OF EQUIVALENCES:
Once you know one of these measures, check in the table below to what size your finger corresponds, because depending on the country or manufacturer, you can choose one size or another
- Example: If your ring has a diameter of 18.1 mm, it corresponds to our size "8".