Ring Size Guide

ring size
Find the ring size that suits you To learn more about ring sizing and how to find the one that suits you best, please open the guide HERE. Before printing this guide, please make sure that the ‘fit to page’ option is turned off so that the print is done in normal dimensions. This guide is designed to print on A4 sheet. The ideal ring size For example, if you have a ring that fits you perfectly and you wish to wear one of Mil-Or’s single stone rings on the same finger, print the guide and place your ring on the printed circles. The inner edge of your ring should be touching the outline of the circle. If further assistance in using this guide is needed, or if you cannot find your size in the guide, please contact us and we will be happy to help you. How to measure your finger size If a ring is not available there are other ways to measure your finger size. You can use a soft tape measure to measure the circumference of your finger. Then, we will translate this measurement into a ring size. You can also cut a 4-5 mm wide strip of paper and wrap it around the finger on which you wish to wear your new ring. Make a mark where the two edges of the paper meet, or where they overlap, and measure this dimension with a simple ruler. This will give you the circumference of your finger. The change in temperature Remember that changes in the ambient temperature affect the size of our fingers. For this reason, we advise you to avoid taking these measurements when it is very cold or very hot. Finally, remember that the sizes of our respective left and right hand fingers are different, so always measure the size of the finger on which you will wear your new Mil-Or ring. Finally, if the new Mil-Or ring you have chosen is too wide we recommend adding a half or one size to your measurement. Please contact us with any questions about rings and gold jewelry. We will be happy to assist you