SIZING INFORMATION

RING SIZING

HOW TO WORK OUT WHAT SIZE RING YOU NEED

The easiest way to find out your ring size is to get sized at your local jewellery. Each finger is different and remember if you’re right handed, it will always be bigger than your left and vice versa.

You can also work out your size by measuring an existing ring you have by following the these steps:

  1. Take a ring you already have that fits the intended finger.
     

  2. Place it on top of a ruler that shows the millimetres directly across the centre so that you are measuring the widest part (diameter) of the inside of the ring.
     

  3. Use the chart below to determine your recommended size.
     

  4. Alternatively take a top view photo of your ring placed over the ruler in the correct position and email it to us and we’ll help you out.

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Internal Diameter
Australia & Europe
USA & Canada
16.3 mm
L
5 3/4
17.1 mm
N
6 3/4
17.9 mm
P
7 3/4
18.7 mm
R
8 3/4
BANGLE SIZING

HOW TO WORK OUT WHAT SIZE BANGLE YOU NEED

The easiest way to working out what size you need is to measure the internal diameter of an existing bangle you have.

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Our standard bangle sizing is:

SMALL
MEDIUM
LARGE
X LARGE
XX LARGE
60mm
65mm
70mm
75mm
80mm

If you don’t already have a bangle that fits you well, then a simple way to work out your bangle size is to measure the length between the first three knuckles of your hand. Make a fist and measure the length from the outside of the first knuckle to the point between the third and fourth knuckle.

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