Ring Size Guide
* How do i measure the inside diameter of the ring?
If you do not know the size of the ring you are wearing, it would be best to make a measurement at a jeweler’s shop. Alternatively, you can measure the inside diameter of a ring* and assign it to the corresponding size on the table below. (The same applies if you know your size number on a different scale than the one used by “En Chriso”.)
- Take one of your rings that already fits you.
- Place it on a flat surface (e.g. on a table)
- Place a measuring tape on it
- Measure how many millimeters is the straight line from one side of the ring to the other (the inside only)
- Based on this measurement, shown in the first column of the table, find the corresponding size.
*Things you should know before ordering a ring
- Size differs from finger to finger. Before placing your order for a ring, make sure your ordered the correct size for the finger you wish to wear the ring on.
- Sometimes fingers swell from the heat or work and sizes may vary. It is generally preferred to choose a ring slightly larger than our usual size when this happens. So, if you are planning to make it your everyday ring or the measurement is between two sizes, go for the larger one!
- Do measure your fingers & rings more than once, just to make sure, and also pay attention to size changes during the day. The correct ring is the one that is not so small that “suffocates” your finger, but not too large to fall off your finger either.
- Last but not least, there is an extra rule for wider rings: They do not allow your finger to move as naturally as a thinner one, so if you are shopping for a wide ring, select one size number larger than usual.