Size Guide for Rings

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Measure your finger at the end of the day. Do not measure your finger when it is hot or cold.

To measure your finger, you can use a soft tape measure or string. Measure the circumference of your finger in mm. This measurement corresponds to the size of the ring.

If you are hesitating between two sizes, choose the larger size. Please note that the style of the ring will also affect the choice of size: a large ring is made to be worn more loosely than a smaller model.

If you have measured the finger to be sized with string, or know the circumference in millimeters, use the following chart to convert the length to a ring size. If in doubt, move up to the next largest half size.

Size 1         39.1 mm
Size 1.5      40.4 mm
Size 2         41.6 mm
Size 2.5      42.9 mm
Size 3         44.0 mm
Size 3.5      45.2 mm
Size 4         46.5 mm
Size 4.5      47.8 mm
Size 5         49.0 mm
Size 5.5      50.3 mm
Size 6         51.7 mm
Size 6.5      53.1 mm
Size 7         54.3 mm
Size 7.5      55.6 mm
Size 8         57.2 mm
Size 8.5      58.4 mm
Size 9         59.7 mm
Size 9.5      60.9 mm
Size 10       62.2 mm
Size 10.5    63.5 mm
Size 11       64.7 mm

Size Guide for Bracelets

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As general guide our standard bracelet length is 7 inches, unless otherwise noted. Most of our bracelets can be adjusted to your desired size, please inquire before purchasing.

Method 1:
• Cut out the paper Wrist Sizer and follow the instructions below.
• Make sure that the numbers are on the outside of the paper Wrist Sizer and insert the pointed end through the opening you have cut at the other end of the Wrist Sizer where indicated [cut here]. Place your hand through the Wrist Sizer and pull the pointed end until it fits comfortably on your wrist.
• The number that lines up with the edges of the opening is the size of the wrist.
• You can also use a tape measure but if you do not have one, take any small piece of ribbon or cord. Wrap it around your wrist and measure the length against a ruler.
• If you are between two sizes, we suggest you opt for the larger size.

Method 2:
• Alternatively, take an existing bracelet and measure the length with a ruler, and that is your bracelet size.

Method 3:
• Use a string to measure the circumference around your wrist.

Studio Contact

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