A Guide to Checking Your Ring Size.

Amazon sell a ring sizer for £1.50 with free postage.

To do it yourself the guide below will give you a good approximation to what your ring size is.

It is best done in the evening when your fingers are at their largest.

  1. Use string or tape 1.4 c.m. wide.

  2. Wrap the tape around the chosen finger.

  3. Mark where the tape overlaps forming a complete circle.

  4. Use a ruler to measure the length from the starting end of the tape to the pen mark.

  5. Make sure the tape slides over your knuckle and is not too tight.

  6. Use the chart below to work out your ring size.  

         45.5 mm = G           46.7 mm = H        48 mm = I

         48.7 mm = J            49.9 mm = K        51.2 mm = L

          52.5mm = M            53.8 mm = N       55.0 mm = O

          56.3 mm = P            57.6 mm = Q       58.9 mm = R

 All my rings have the size guide stated under the

description of each ring. Some rings can be made to order. Email me to find out.

I work mainly in silver and fine silver with precious and semi-precious stones. I design and make original and contemporary pieces of jewellery to the highest possible standard using materials that are both ethically sourced and sustainable.

 

Where I am based:

I work in Surrey, as an independent and community-based silversmith whose aim is to produce work showing great passion and craftsmanship in every detail.

 

My Objective:

My Objective is for my work to give pleasure to the wearer over a lifetime.

Learn More:

Please explore my website to see samples of my work and if you wish to get in touch to find out more and to purchase.

https://thebritishcrafthouse.co.uk/shop/ai-silver-design/

 

Jackie Faris MA (Ed)

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