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Ring Size Guide

It is really important to be sure of your size before ordering a ring.

If you don't know your size, we highly recommend going to a jewelry store in your area to get your ring size at a local jewelry store (it's quite rare to be charged for this). It is very important that you make sure that the size is perfect.

If for, whatever reason, you can't get close to a jewelry store, you can use this method:

Step 1

Take a strip of paper that is 3mm wide (width is crucial) and 100mm long.

Step 2

Wrap the strip of paper around the base of your finger. Make sure it's snug, but not too tight. Otherwise you could get the wrong size.

Step 3

Now glue the joint with adhesive and try putting it on and taking it off several times. Start over if you feel it's necessary. You should be able to put it on and take it off without any problem.

Step 4

Cut the paper in half, measure the length, and compare it to the table below. The measurement that you must take into account is the measurement of the circumference of your finger (mm).

When taking the measurement, be sure to do it several times so it's as accurate as possible. We recommend doing it over several days and at different times of the day.

Also keep in mind that wider rings will require a higher sizing.

On the other hand, you should know that our fingers can swell due to various factors: health, environmental temperature... etc.

We do not guarantee that with this method you will obtain a measurement as effective as in a local jewelry store.

The workshop does not accept returns of rings that are the wrong size due to customer error or change of mind.

If despite these instructions, you still have doubts, before buying a ring, please contact us here.