There is usually a size difference between, for example, the ring finger and the middle finger. Many people can wear the same size on the middle finger and the index finger.
However, the difference is highly individual and the safest thing is to measure an existing ring that fits the intended finger. You can also measure the circumference of your finger, see more info below.
Right or left hand
Usually you can wear the same size on the left and right hand. But sometimes there is a half to a full size difference between the different hands.
If you are right-handed, the fingers of the right hand are slightly stronger than the left and vice versa.
Compare with a ring you have at home, how it fits on the left or right hand.
Wide or narrow ring
How the ring feels on your finger is determined not only by the size, but also by the width of the ring and the thickness of the silver. If you wear several rings in a ring stack , it also affects the feeling.
If the ring is narrow , you can wear your usual size.
Wide silver rings like our Plain ring (10mm) require you to go up a size. We inform you about this in the article description.
How to find out your ring size
- Measure an existing ring you have at home
Measure with a ruler or measuring tape the inside diameter in mm.
Here it is important to be precise. A mm margin of error makes a big difference.
- Measure the circumference of your finger
Take a piece of string or thread and measure the circumference around your finger.
Where the ends meet, cut off and measure on a ruler. The measurement you get in mm is the circumference.
Compare with the size chart below.
- Buy a ring gauge
You put the measuring tape on your finger, tighten and read your size in the small magnifying glass.
Be careful not to tighten too much. The ring measurement should fit like a ring that fits. You should be able to pull it on and off with some resistance.
Loose or tight?
How a ring should feel on the finger is a matter of taste.
Some like the rings to be loose and loose while others like a tighter feel.
Our general advice regarding fit is that the ring should be able to be slipped on and off the finger with a little resistance over the joint. Once in place, the ring should sit a little loose, but you should not lose the ring when you shake hands.
It is important that air enters under the ring so that the skin does not become moist.
Also keep in mind that your hands swell sometimes.
Therefore, it is good to try on the ring you have ordered a few times during the day, both morning and evening, to be sure that the ring is the right size.
/ Mila Silver
If it goes wrong...
No danger, you have open purchase and exchange rights for 30 days.
If you need to change the size or return, you fill in the return form and attach the *prepaid return shipping slip to the return.
*Free return applies to rings over SEK 400.
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