The most popular ring sizes for women are between EU sizes 52 and 56. Size 54 is Abelstedt’s most popular ring size for women.
The most popular ring sizes for men are EU sizes 60, 62 and 65. Size 62 is Abelstedt’s most popular ring size for men.
With the Internet giving us access to everything we want from all corners of the world, we rarely have to leave our own homes to run errands. When not to also stay home when it comes to measuring your ring size? When you measure your ring size yourself, it is important to make an effort so that you do not face extra hassle if the purchased ring does not fit as desired. You can always go to a jeweler if you are in doubt, but otherwise there are two good methods here that make it easy for you to measure it yourself from home.
Four Tips for Measuring Your Ring Size
1. It Should Sit Comfortably
Your ring should fit snugly to your finger, ie. close enough that it does not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance.
2. Remember Your Knuckle
If you know your knuckle is on the larger side, you should order a half size larger than what your finger alone indicates, otherwise you may not be able to push a ring into the right place.
3. Measure Several Times
We recommend that you measure your finger three to four times because your ring size can actually fluctuate depending on the temperature: it can be smaller the colder you are, and it can be larger if you are overheated. Try measuring your finger in the morning and in the evening.
4. If You Are Between Sizes
If you are adding two sizes, select the larger size if the ring is wide and the smaller size if the ring is narrow. The reason for this is that a wide ring can feel a bit smaller and vice versa with a narrow ring. If you have a narrow ring with a heavy crown (stone in the middle), it can be tiring if it keeps falling down on the side of the finger due to the weight. If in doubt, go for your gut feeling. You can always change your ring size via our easy return process.