How can I ind out what ring size I need for a model that I want to buy from Adorri®
Adorri® shop's selling counselors are always ready to assist you in choosing the right ring size, but ultimately is your decision.
If you want to buy for you or for some one else, as a gift, a ring buy you don't know the exact ring size, either select stock size 12 (USA) for women and 22 for men, or follow our ring-sizing instructions below, which can not be anyway 100% accurate and an in-store size measuring with more precise jewelry measuring tools is required.
You may follow these simple steps to find out your ring size from remote location. Anyway, for greater accuracy, it's best to measure at the end of the day - that's when your finger is the largest, being tired and slightly expanded as size. Otherwise, measured in the first part of the day, you risk that once the ring is ordered later one not to fit in the preferred finger, or even not to fit at all.
Take a string piece of around 8 cm, a pen and a ruler that measures in millimeters.
Take the string and wrap it around the base of the finger where you'll wear that ring. There should be enough "give" in the string to allow it to move over the widest part of your finger.
With your pen, make a mark where the string overlaps and forms a complete circle.
Remove the string. Measure it from the tip of the string to the point where you made the mark with the pen. Refer only to the millimeter measurements on the ruler.
Compare the measurement with the "mm" chart at the right to find your ring size, used by all Adorri® stores.
If your measurement falls between two sizes, choose the larger size ring. A larger size can be made slightly smaller eventually, but a smaller size is more difficult to be a lot enlarged, requiring the ring to be reproduced taking more time.
Variations in temperature can affect the size. Cold causes the finger to shrink, while heat makes the finger expand.
Gift Buying Tips
If you're going to surprise someone with a beautiful diamond ring, try to find out her size so that she can show it off right away.
Here are some suggestions for finding out her ring size:
Ask one of her friends for help (the one who can keep up the secret too);
Take one of her rings and follow the instructions to measure with a string. Put her ring over your finger to see where it fits. Mark it with a pen and then measure with a string, or check at one of the Adorri® stores the exact measure at the marked point on the finger;
Guess-but go with the larger size. As said before, a larger size can be made slightly smaller eventually, but a smaller size is more difficult to be a lot enlarged, requiring the ring to be reproduced taking more time again;
Last, but not least, when you offer her the ring place it on the finger she usually wear the size-standard used ring, so you can avoid the unpleasant moments of not fitting right on another finger.
RING SIZING CHART
(including Inches equivalent)