Ring Size and Ring Width
The ring’s size includes two different aspects of the ring: the ring size and the cross-sectional width of the ring. In order to determine the accurate ring size, it is best advised to measure the finger’s size by a professional jeweller. Any jewellery store can help you measure your fingers – you just have to choose the finger you want the ring on However, it is important to make a good effort to get the correct size initially as some rings are unable to be resized.
When the thickness of the ring is concerned, it is mostly more of your choice. Wider rings with a long cross-section seem more “manly.” Men with larger or thinner fingers usually go for a thicker ring while those with short or more flesh should go for thinner, slicker rings.
When purchasing your ring online, it may get difficult to determine the exact size, especially if you don’t have another ring for size comparison. A good idea is to consult the size charts offered online—but do not rely on a single size chart. It is always a better idea to compare the results of several size charts before final placement of the order. When you do not have a ring for comparison, you may use a piece of string to measure your finger. Follow the guidelines clearly on exactly which part of your finger to measure.