Eleanor 1.80ct White Gold Ring


A row of Pavé diamonds leading up to the center piece, an Ideal Cut diamond. A timeless piece for all times.

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Minimalistic design that showcase the diamond in its full brillancy. Each diamond is carefully handpicked by our team of experts, so you need not have to do the guess work. At Diamondlite, we know what you want, Ideal cut diamond with excellent brilliancy and great value.

18k rose gold ring with diamonds.

Carat weight: 1.80.

Clarity: SI1.

Colour: G.

Certificate: GIA.

Product SKU: R9793

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Ring Size

How to Measure Ring Size

If you want a ring that fits you perfectly, you have to first measure your fingers accurately. Here are two of the best ways to get a precise measurement

  • Method 1: Measure Your Finger

You can easily measure your finger using a strip of paper or string. First, cut out a strip of paper that is approximately 2 cm wide and 10cm long. Then, wrap it around the base of your intended finger and mark where the paper overlaps. Finally, measure the length of the paper in millimetres (mm) to determine the circumference of your finger.

You can use our conversion chart to find out your corresponding ring size. In the case that your knuckles drastically differs in size compared to your finger, you will also have to measure your knuckles; choosing the size that falls in-between these two measurements.

  • Method 2: Measure a Ring You Already Have 

Another simple way to determine your ring size is to take a ruler and measure an existing ring that fits you well. All you have to do is take a ruler and measure it across the inside of the ring from edge to edge. As usual, take the measurement in millimetres (mm), and then use our conversion chart to find out your ring size!

It’s really as simple as that!

Additional tips: to get an even more accurate measurement, measure your finger at the end of the day, as this is the time when your fingers are at their largest. It is also best to avoid measuring your fingers when they are cold.

Conversion chart

Singapore uses Hong Kong size.