Ring Sizing Guide
If you are wondering what size you need for any of our products, how the sizing works or if you want to convert the sizes between measurement systems, this page is for you.
Guide with Printer
If you have a printer, please print the Printable Ring Sizer and follow the instructions.
Guide without Printer
If you don't have a printer:
- Cut a thin strip of paper, about 10-12cm long.
- Wrap the strip of paper tightly around your desired finger.
- Using a pen or pencil, mark the point where the paper overlaps itself.
- Lay the strip of paper on a flat surface and use a ruler to measure the distance from the end of the strip to the marking you made, in millimetres. This will give you a measurement of the circumference of your finger.
- Using the below chart, convert your measurement into a standard US ring size.
- If you are in between two sizes, it is always best to round up rather than down.
|UK & AUS Size||F||H||J||L||N||P||R||T||V||X||Z1|
|East Asia Size||4||7||9||11||14||16||18||20||23||25||27|
Tipp: If you still feel unsure, checkout our Ring Sizer
Bracelet and Necklace Sizing Guide
All bracelet and necklace sizing on our website is listed as a measurement in the metrical system (i.e. Size 55 is 55cm long with an inner circumference of 55cm). To see your size in inches, checkout the convertors.
Guide for Length Sizing
- Wrap a piece of string around your wrist or neck.
- Ensure that you have left enough slack that the bracelet can move freely around your wrist or that the necklace is in the spot you want it.
- Pinch the spot where the bracelet/necklace overlaps itself between two fingers, and remove the string from your wrist/neck.
- Continue to pinch the string in this spot, and lay it on a flat surface. With your other hand, mark this spot on the string using a pen.
- In centimetres, measure from the end of the string to the marking you have made.
- Your size is the measurement in centimetres (i.e. a measurement of 55cm means you should order a size 55cm). If you are in between two sizes, it is always best to round up rather than down.
Guide for Diameter Sizing (Cuff)
- Take a ruler and place your wrist down on it so that you can still see the zero on one side and the measured diameter of your wrist on the other side from above.
- Take the number in millimetres you can still see as your measurement. Remember that the cuff is resizeable, so you don't need to worry too much about picking the right size.
- Your size is the measurement in millimetres (i.e. a measurement of 52mm means you should order a size 52mm-54mm). If you are in between two sizes, it is always best to round up rather than down.
Type a value in the Centimeters field to convert the value to Inches:
Type a value in the Inches field to convert the value to Centimetres: