Size chart - maar rings
Choosing the right ring is not so easy at home. It's best to measure the rings in person - here, if you happen to be in Wrocław, or at any jeweler (ring sizes, like shoe sizes), are universal.
Remember, however, to measure a ring that is relatively similar in width to the ring you intend to buy. Rings with a narrow band and wide signet rings that fit the same finger may have different sizes. For example - a ring with a narrow band (e.g. our Miranda Ring) in size 7 may fit your ring finger, but a wide ring (e.g. Stokrotka Ring) must be suitably larger, e.g. size 8 or 9.
At home, it is difficult to accurately measure the size of a ring that will fit. However, if you want to try it - it is best to take another ring that fits you and measure its diameter with a caliper (not a ruler! because fractions of millimeters count). And then check the dimensions in the table below.
As a consolation - several sizes of rings fit everyone (depending on the finger and hand - usually the fingers on the hand we are writing with are one size larger than on the other). You can always exchange the ring for a different size - in this case, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com