The best way to determine your ring size is with a comparable ring that fits well on your finger. The inside of the ring is measured in millimetres with a tape line or ruler. It is important that you do this 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. Therefore, measure a ring that is comparable in width to the ring you want to buy.
Dario Scapitta Design's ring sizes are in millimetres.
With the narrower rings, the width is between 0.2 - 0.3 cm wide. Therefore, measure a comparable ring that has a width of approximately within this measurements.
With the wider rings, the width is between 1 - 1.5 cm wide. Therefore, measure a comparable ring that has a width of approximately within this measurements.
For wider rings we recommend to order a ring which is half or one size bigger that your usual ring size. For any questions you may have about the right size, please do not hesitate to
contact us directly.
Dario Scapitta Design's cuff bracelets are available in sizes M and L. Each size refers to a corresponding circumference of your wrist. Use a tape-line to measure your wrist. An example is shown on the picture below. Measure the wrist tightly, behind the knuckle on your wrist. If you don't have a measuring tape at home, a piece of string is also sufficient, which you then lay along a ruler.