Solitaire ring in 14 carat yellow gold or white gold.
Select the diamond size you prefer in the order menu
All diamonds we use are top quality Top Wesselton VVS1.
That is a higher standard than most common solitaire rings you find at your local jewellery store. Because we buy our diamonds directly in Antwerp Belgium we can guarantee with official certificates of the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) or the IGI (International Gemological Institute.
Determining your ring size can be done in a number of easy ways
Ring sizes are displayed in different ways. Some brands choose to use the inner diameter in millimeters as the size. Other brands choose to use the inner circumference as the size. Sometimes the American ring size is also used. It's not difficult in itself, but a bit confusing every now and then. We almost always use the inner diameter, because it is the easiest to determine yourself.
You will find a size chart below to find the ring size. On the left is a list of diameters in millimeters. If you know the diameter, you can look up the corresponding circumference size to the right of it. In the middle you will find the circumference size in millimeters. If you know the circumference size of the finger, you can look up the diameter size to the left of it.
Method 1: Measure the diameter with a ring
The easiest way to determine a ring size is on the basis of a ring that fits you well and is comfortable. This way is also useful if, for example, you want to surprise someone with a ring and you do not want to ask them about their size. You can then easily 'borrow' a ring to measure.
Method 2: Measure the circumference without the ring
If a suitable ring is not available, it is best to estimate the diameter of the ring by using a ribbon or string.
Loosely wrap the ribbon or string around the finger on which the ring will be worn and cut it where the ribbon meets. Measure the piece that remains with a ruler in millimeters. The length of the ribbon is the circumference of your finger and therefore the circumference ring size you need. You can easily look up the diameter ring size in the table above.