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We are happy to help you determine the right size for your jewellery. Below you will find different size charts. If you need further assistance or require a custom size for the perfect fit, feel free to contact the De Parme Design team. We are happy to help you.
The best way to determine the ring size is with a comparable ring that fits well on the finger in question. The inside of the ring is measured in millimeters with a tape measure or ruler. It is important that this is done accurately. The width of the ring also matters. For example, one often needs a larger ring size with a wider ring, because a wider ring is more difficult to slide over the knuckle. With a thinner ring, it slides more easily over the knuckle, so that there can sometimes be a half size difference between a wide and thin ring. We are of course happy to think along with you.
Use a tape measure to measure your wrist. Measure the wrist tightly, behind the knuckle on your wrist. If you do not have a measuring tape at home, a piece of string is also sufficient, which you then place next to a ruler. Then, depending on your preference, add 1 to 3 centimeters to this to arrive at the correct bracelet size. Suppose your wrist is 17 cm and you want an average fitting bracelet, then you add 2 cm to this. See schedule below.
1 to 1.5 cm for a tight fitting bracelet 2 to 2.5 cm for an average falling bracelet 3 cm for a loose fitting bracelet
To determine the correct size, you can use a necklace already in your possession. Measure it with a ruler or with a tape measure. You can also use a string to determine the desired size.