When you buy a ring, you want it to fit well and be comfortable, so it is important to choose the right ring size. If you don't know the size, you can measure it (or have it measured).
Every finger is different and therefore the ring sizes of your fingers can differ. So you should take the measure of the finger you want to wear the ring on. Also remember that your fingers may be a bit thicker in the evening than in the morning.
The most convenient way to determine the size is to take a ring which fits the finger well. Place this ring on a ruler (see figure). Put the inside at 0 cm. Read off the millimetres from the other inside edge. That is the ring size.
NB Take a ring of normal width; not very wide or very narrow.
If you do not have a well-fitting ring, you can find your ring size by putting a string or a piece of paper on your finger and measuring the length of it. Then you can look up the corresponding Dutch size in the table under 'Frequently Asked Questions'. This measuring method is not easy and therefore not always accurate.
You could also go to a jeweller and ask him or her to measure your ring size.
They have a bunch of rings to quickly determine your size.
Another tip: if you buy a wide ring, take a slightly larger size!
If you have any questions about your ring size, or about the rings in my shop, ask them via the contact form!