17 March 2007
NEED TO FIND A RING OR FINGER SIZE?
Many of my customers don't know their ring size and with time being precious to all of us, a trip to the jeweler to have a finger sized is sometimes too much to ask. There are a few simple ways to determine what size you need to order. However, if your are purchsing a wide band ring, such as a wedding band, I highly recommend that you find your way to the local mall and get your correct size.
If you would like to see our selection of custom rings just follow the link below
One very quick and easy way is to print the sizing gauge below and size your finger at home. Be sure that your printer is set to 100% not a reduced print size. You can verify that the gauge printed correctly by measuring with a ruler - it should measure 3 3/8 " up to 3 1/2 ". To measure simply cut out the gauge, cut a slit through the line marked A the slide the pointed end through the slit and adjust to your finger. You can also cut a string and determine your correct size by marking the length it takes to wrap around your finger. Then lay the string from the line marked "A" and follow the length to your correct size.
In order to print this gauge in the correct size you must follow the link below to a page in my Ebay Store.
Another way would be to simply measure the circumference (distance around) your finger (with something flexible, such as a strip of paper or piece of string, and measure the string with a ruler that has millimeter measurements. Or, measure the diameter (distance across) in millimeters of a ring you currently wear. Find the nearest measurement on the chart below. That's approximately your ring size. (When in doubt between two sizes, it is always safer to go to the next half size larger. This ensures your new ring will fit.)
Here is a really quick way to find that size. If you have a ring that fits just match it up with one of the circles you can print from our the PRINTABLE RING SIZER link above.
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