To determine your ring size you can visit a jewellery store and be professionally sized; you could measure the inside diameter of a ring which you know fits; or cut a length of paper and wrap it snugly around the largest part of your finger (the knuckle or the bottom joint). Please note that wider rings will tend to feel tighter than thinner ones, and may require that you go up a size. To view our ring sizing chart and compare your measurements, please click here.
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.
If your measurement is 6.5cm / 2.6in then you are a Medium Fit.
This measurement corresponds to the internal diameter of every bangle in the online store, which you can find in every product description.
The general guide:
EXTRA SMALL - 5.5cm / 2.2in
SMALL FIT - 6cm / 2.4in
MEDIUM FIT - 6.5cm / 2.6
LARGE FIT - 6.8cm / 2.7in
EXTRA LARGE - 7.5cm / 3in
Please note that as our bangles are made by many different artisans, their sizing may vary slightly to the above ‘general’ guide. Please ensure you take note of the item you are purchasing and the exact sizing stated in the item description.
Each of our necklaces has their total length listed. To check how this will sit on your body, you can cut a piece of string to length and try it on. The image below will also give a rough guide of where various lengths will sit (click for a larger view).