RING SIZE GUIDE
INTERNATIONAL RING SIZES
At Polamai we custom make each ring to our customers required size. This can be specified as any international ring size including quarter and half sizes.
Below is the International standardized ring size chart which we refer to.
FINDING YOUR SIZE
It's not difficult to find your ring size. We will suggest 3 options. Whichever option you choose, please take your time and double check your results.
1. THE PAPER STRIP METHOD
Things You'll Need
Thin strip of paper
Pen or pencil
1. Cut a thin strip of paper. You can also use a length of sting.
2. Wrap the paper around your finger. Make sure the paper is below the joint of your finger and close to your knuckle.
3. Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance in millimeters with your ruler. This is the ring circumference that you need.
4. Use the chart above to determine your ring size. (If you don't see the chart on your mobile device refer to this page: http://www.ringsizes.co/).
A helpful YouTube video of this method from Virginie Millefiori.
2. MEASURE AN EXISTING RING
If you already have a ring which fits the finger you would like to buy a ring for and would like to work out it's size, click on the PDF icon below and print out the guide.
3. ASK A LOCAL JEWELER
Jewelers always have professional ring size measurement tools.They will usually be happy to tell you your ring size. Just remember to come back to Polamai for the best quality and price.
The wider the band, the tighter the fit. A narrow band will not feel as snug on the finger as a wider version.
Try to measure your finger at room temperature. If your hands are very cold, or hot and bothered, your ring size can increase or decrease by up to half a size.