Size Guide

The perfect measure for your elected jewel

Fucine Romane is always available to help you find the perfect size of rings and bracelets.


The ring should always slide easily along the finger, even on the knuckles.

There are two ways to find a ring size.

  1. Use the ring sizer guide  downloadable here Take a ring you already have and compare it to the ring sizer guide. Once you have printed this document out, simply place the ring on the circles, matching the inside of the ring to the circumferences; you will then be able to find the correct size. When printing the ring sizer guide, we recommend that you set the "Print to Scale" option in the print dialogue box to "100%", so that the original size is retained.
  2. Measure the circumference of your finger. Wrap a tailor's ribbon or string around the base of the finger, noting where the two edges meet. The length found, in millimetres, corresponds to the Fucine Romane ring size (i.e. European size). We recommend that you measure your finger at a time of day that is neither particularly cold nor too hot.

To compare your finger or ring size with Italian, British, American, Australian and European sizes, use a table downloadable here .

If you are undecided between two sizes, we suggest you opt for the larger one.


It is possible to find the size of a bracelet in two ways.

  1. Use the bracelet sizer downloadable here Print and cut out the bracelet sizer, wrap it around your wrist and find the right bracelet size. When printing out the bracelet measurer, we recommend that you set the "Print to Scale" print option to "100%" so that the original size is retained.
  2. Measure the circumference of your wrist. Wrap a dressmaker's ribbon or cord around your wrist like a bracelet, so that it is not too tight and can easily rotate around your wrist. Then note down the point where the two edges coincide (use a ruler for the cord); this is your wrist size in centimetres or inches.

The measurements of Fucine Romane bracelets correspond to the circumference of the wrist expressed in centimetres (cm). If you need the measurement in inches (in), consult the table accessible here .