Choosing the right ring size is your most important step when buying it, and we will be happy to help you. Care must be taken in selecting the size to maximize satisfaction with the ring. We produce RINGBLACK in all standard women's and men's sizes. The size of the ring is given as a number that indicates the circumference of the finger.
Common women's sizes are 52 to 57. For thicker female fingers, sizes are up to about 60. Conversely, sizes 43 to 51 are suitable for very thin female fingers.
MEN 'S SIZES
The most common men's sizes are 60 to 64. Sizes 65 to 75 are suitable for more robust fingers. Gentlemen with very thin fingers can choose a size under 60.
How to choose the right ring size
Don't know your finger size? Nothing happens at all. We have several options for you to deal with this situation. Choose the one that suits you best. We recommend combining several methods together to avoid replacing an improperly selected ring size. As the old saying goes, "Measure twice, cut once."
- The first option is to visit a goldsmith's shop, where they will definitely advise you on the size of the ring. It is good to write down both the size of the ring and the value of the inner diameter of the ring in millimeters.
- The second option is to measure the diameter of the ring that fits you. It is advisable to measure the diameter of the ring with a caliper with sufficient accuracy, otherwise the ring may not fit you.
- The third option is a very simple measurement of the circumference of the finger using an ordinary string. You wrap the string around your finger where you plan to wear the ring and tighten it properly. If you do not tighten the string hard enough, the ring delivered to you will be big! Take a black marker and "cross out" the string. When released, there will be two black lines on the string. Measure their distance (the circumference of your finger) and you're done. The distance 52mm corresponds to the size of the ring 52. The distance 60mm corresponds to the size 60. The distance 64mm corresponds to the size 64 etc ... Those who have larger joints on their fingers should also take into account that the ring will need to be threaded over the joint - so choose o one number larger size.
- The fourth option is to measure the circumference of the finger using a special strip, which we have prepared for you. Click on the image below, print the prepared document and follow our instructions. If you do not tighten the measuring strip hard enough, the ring you have delivered will be big! Those who have larger joints on their fingers should also take into account that the ring will need to be threaded over the joint - so choose one size larger.