Rings are made to UK ring sizes. Rings are measured alphabetically from A (the smallest) to Z+6. Half sizes are also available to get a more precise fit.
When measuring your ring size there are a few things to be aware of:
Temperature and physical activity can have an effect on your finger size – it will actually change slightly throughout the day.
If your hands are cold, your fingers can be up to half a size smaller.
Rings with wide band widths (including stacking rings) will require a slightly larger size than your than your normal one (up to one or two sizes).
If you are unsure of your ring size, the best and most-accurate way to find out is to call into a local jeweller. If you’re planning for a wide band or stacking ring set, mention it to them and they may have a wide band sizer to help. (Please ensure that anyone measuring your ring size uses a Wheatsheaf stick and measures the leading edge.)
Alternatively, you can purchase a plastic ring sizer online and measure yourself at home, but please make sure you purchase a UK sizing one. It can be a little tricky, but it works like a belt… once it’s on your finger, tighten to a comfortable fit and the correct ring size can be read off the side.
If you find that a ring you’ve purchased isn’t quite the perfect fit, I offer re-sizing free of charge (this is dependent upon the changes required as some designs, especially those with gemstones, may have limitations). Please note, you will need to cover postal charges. Contact me to discuss further.
Necklace length is personal choice for everyone and the look they are hoping to achieve. For this reason, in many cases we allow our customers a choice of 16 or 18 inch chain lengths at no additional cost. The options available are listed with the product. If you’re looking for something that isn’t listed, please get in touch and I'll do what I can to help.
Cuff bangle size
Cuffs bangles are generally available in 3 lengths : 125mm, 150mm and 175mm. Each has a gap to enable you to slide your wrist through.
To measure which size you need, use a tape measure to measure loosely around your wrist and then subtract 3cm for the gap, you’ll then be able to choose if you want a looser fitting or closer fitting bangle.
The cuff bangles are slightly adjustable, as cuff can always be tightened slightly by squeezing the two ends together. Everyone will have different preference on how they want a bracelet to fit so an exact fit is not as important as it would be for a ring.
There are four size options for bangles because they need to fit over your entire hand and can’t be opened with a clasp. For this reason, it important to achieve the right fit. The best way to check your size is to measure the inside diameter of a bangle that you already have that fits you well.
X Large 7.5cm
Custom sizes and lengths can be made on request.
Clasp bangle size
Clasp bangles are generally a medium size, measuring 6.5cm diameter. As they have the clasp, allowing you to easily slide it round your wrist, this size is a general good fit for most people.
Custom sizes can be made on request.