Ring Sizing Information
When ordering a ring, you will need to provide the ring size of the finger it will be worn on. The best way to get the most accurate fit is to have your finger measured by a jeweler. However, you can also purchase an adjustable ring sizer here.
International Ring Size Conversion Chart
If you are ordering from the UK and you need to convert you ring size to a standard US ring size, the PDF document below can help you. Please note, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the document.
Bracelet Chain Sizing Information
To determine your bracelet size, measure around your wrist bone with a flexible measuring tape, or a strip of paper. For a snug fit (it will still be loose but not tight,) add 1/4 to 1/2 inches to the measurement. For a more comfortable or looser fit, add 3/4 to 1 inch to the measurement.
Cuff Bracelet Sizing Information
To determine your cuff bracelet size, measure your wrist where you will be wearing the cuff bracelet, which is usually right above the wrist bones.
Cuff bracelets will have an approximate 1.25 inch opening and will have a small amount of flexibility. Standard US bracelet sizes, shown below, are used for cuff bracelets.
Extra Small: 5.75 inch length, approximate 1.25 inch opening
Small: 6.50 inch length, approximate 1.25 inch opening
Medium: 7.25 inch length, approximate 1.25 inch opening
Large: 8 inch length, approximate 1.25 inch opening
Bangle Bracelet Sizing Information
To determine your bangle bracelet size, close your fingers together and bring your thumb to your little finger as pictured below as if you were putting on a bangle bracelet. Using a flexible measuring tape, or a strip of paper, wrap it around your hand at its widest point and note where the two meet. This will be the circumference of your hand. Use the chart below to determine your bangle bracelet size.
Circumference Diameter Bangle Size
7 1/2 inches 2.25 inches Small
8 1/4 inches 2.50 inches Medium
8 3/5 inches 2.75 inches Large