Picture Show How to Measure Your Finger for Your Ring Size
The most important factor when purchasing any ring, is making sure it fits BEIER JEWELRY provides you with the most comprehensive way, (maybe the only way) to measure your finger.1. Wrap a piece of string or paper string around the base of your finger.2. Mark the string or paper where it overlaps to form a complete circle.3. Measure the length of the section of string or paper where it overlaps around the finger.4. Compare your measurement with this chart to determine your ring size.
Ring Size Inches mm Ring Size Inches mm 6 2 1/16 51.5 10 2 9/16 61.6 7 2 3/16 54 10.5 2 5/8 62.8 7.5 2 1/4 55.3
11 2 11/16 64.1 8 2 5/16 56.6
12 2 13/16 66.6 8.5 2 3/8 57.6 13 2 15/16 69.1 9 2 7/16 59.1 14 72.3 9.5 2 1/2 60.3 15 74.8
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When caring for your jewelry, never use anything but 100% cotton as a polishing cloth since paper, polyester, and coarse fabrics often contain wood fibers or synthetics. These materials may impart fine scratches in the metal, especially on sterling silver. A polished appearance is the result of the metalsmith's effort to file, sand and buff the metal to a perfectly flat surface. When even minor scratches occur, as seen under a microscope, the surface looks like the ragged edge of a saw blade and light is bounced in and around those scratches like a voice echoing in the Alps.