Sizing Guide

RINGS

Using a string or piece of paper:

  1. Cut a small piece of string or strip of paper, at least 3 inches long.
  2. Wrap it around your finger where the ring will be worn.
  3. Mark where the string or paper overlaps.
  4. Measure the piece you marked in millimeters. This measurement is the circumference.
  5. See the conversion chart to find your ring size.

Using a ring you own: 

  1. Find a ring that fits you the way you want. 
  2. Measure the diameter of the ring in millimeters.
  3. Refer to the conversion chart to find the ring size. 

 

BRACELETS

If you don’t have a tape measure, you can follow the instructions below with a string or piece of paper. If you have a tape measure, measure around your wrist in inches where the bracelet will be worn, and skip to the second section titled “CONVERTING TO YOUR SIZE”.

Using a string or piece of paper: 

  1. Cut a small piece of string or strip of paper, at least 10 inches long.
  2. Wrap it around your wrist where the bracelet will be worn (usually below the wristbone).
  3. Mark where the string or paper overlaps.
  4. Measure the piece you marked in inches.

Converting to your size: 

This is for stretch bracelets. For bangles, see the listing.

  1. For a snug fit, add 1/4” to 1/2” — this is your bracelet size.
  2. For a comfort fit, add 3/4” to 1” — this is your bracelet size
  3. For a loose fit, add 1 1/4” — this is your bracelet size.

 

NECKLACES

Our necklaces feature a handmade hook and eye clasp and are measured from end to end. For size approximations, see the diagram. This is a good general guide but actual sizes vary person to person.

Please note: Sizes 14” and 16” fit like chokers but vary depending on the person. For people who are more petite, 14” may fit like a choker and 16” can fall between the collarbones. For people who are more plus size, 14” may be too tight and 16” may fight like a choker. If you are unsure which size to pick, size up just to be safe!