If you are buying a ring from our Internet shop, choose the appropriate size from among the sizes listed under the product price. All sizes are not available for each ring. If your size is not shown, please contact us by e-mail or by phone to inquire about the possibility of making or adjusting the ring you are interested in.
How to find the appropriate size for your finger?
The simplest way is to measure one of your rings at a local Jewellerâ€™s Shop. Another way, although not so precise, is to use the option RING SIZES at our website and to measure your finger following the instructions.
Please, do read the following text:
Choosing the right size ring or a wedding ring can sometimes be a real challenge. While measuring your finger, you may have a dilemma simply because hands are living things. A finger size may change for many reasons: climate (temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure), time of day, season of year, fatigue, eating, drinking, changes in body weight during the year, pregnancy, changes in your knuckles during life, etc. The person who will wear the ring must be aware of the fact that the feeling on his/her hand will not always be the same for the above mentioned reasons. Measuring, therefore, should be done when your fingers are tired. Then, while wearing the ring, you should get used to the fact that the wedding ring or the ring will sometimes fit loose and sometimes fit tight. This fluctuation is more pronounced with some people, while with others it is expressed to a lesser extent. Sizes of most wedding rings or rings (but not all) may be altered. It is recommended not to be hasty with alterations, but wear the jewellery for some time and test it in all conditions. After that, if necessary, the alteration should be made.
Before purchase you should consult the seller or the goldsmith about choice of jewellery. Investigate whether the size of the jewellery that you find attractive may be altered and to what degree. This is particularly important for persons whose body weight changes often, as well as for pregnant women. Pregnant women are nevertheless advised to remove all their jewellery after sixth months of pregnancy, because their hands may swell suddenly and sometimes it is necessary to cut a ring in order to remove it.
If you feel that your ring fits looser or tighter than usual, do not hasten to alter its size. Your fingers will probably regain their size after some time. Frequent alterations to size will certainly not be beneficial to your jewellery. If, after a longer period, you find it necessary to alter your jewellery, take it to your goldsmith to alter it. In any case, jewellery is purchased to be worn. One more tip: if you are not certain which size to select, a ring that you have worn in all conditions may help. The goldsmith will easily measure its size and tell you what your real size is. If the width of the lower part of the ring you intend to buy differs significantly from the width of your old ring, an experienced goldsmith will take this into account, because a thin ring does not feel the same as a wide and massive one.
Attention: if you like to wear loose rings, be sure they cannot slip from your fingers easily and cannot be easily lost. The exception is swimming in the sea, or in a swimming-pool. These are occasions when your wedding ring or other ring may easily slip from your finger, and because your fingers are thinner due to cold water. This is, in fact, the most common way people lose jewellery. It is, therefore, recommended that you remove your valuable jewellry when going to the beach. It will be safer and it will not get scratched by sand.