Sizing


 

Unsure of your ring size? There's a couple of ways you can figure this out

  • You can purchase a ring sizer to keep, right here
  • You can visit any local Jewellery store and ask to be sized, this is generally a free service
  • Do you have a ring that currently fits? You can use a ruler to measure the inner diameter of the band and compare it to our chart below;

Inside
diameter
(mm)
Numerical
sizes
US, Canada
Alphabetical
sizes
Australia, UK
14.8 mm 4 H
15.2 mm 4.5 I
15.6 mm 5 J 1/2
16.0 mm 5.5 K 1/2
16.4 mm 6 L 1/2
16.8 mm 6.5 M 1/2
17.2 mm 7 N 1/2
17.6 mm 7.5 O 1/2
18.0 mm 8 P 1/2
18.4 mm 8.5 Q 1/2
18.8 mm 9 R 1/2
19.3 mm 9.5 S 1/2
19.7 mm 10 T 1/2
20.1 mm 10.5 U 1/2
20.5 mm 11 V 1/2
21 mm 11.5 W 1/2
21.3 mm 12 X 1/2
21.7 mm 12.5 Z

 

How to measure your ring;

When measuring your ring to work out its size you need to measure the inner diameter of the ring

• Start by placing the 0 line at the left inner size of your ring
• Measure to the right inner side - in the example below we can see that this ring is approximately 17.5mm across
• Taking this measurement and referencing to the chart above, we can see that the closest size to 17.5mm is a size 7.5
 

Necklaces & Bracelets

Our necklaces and bracelets are measured from top to tail of the chain, laid flat. We tend to offer a length that we feel suits the design best, however we're more than happy to put any custom length of chain on; additional fee may apply - you can reach out here to put in a request