Measuring your neck
Take a piece of string or measuring tape and wrap it around your neck. Mark where the points touch and then measure the string with a ruler.
What to avoid
If you know your ring size or finger measurements in millimetres you can use this table to choose which size is best for you. Be sure to allow for the size of your knuckle.
Circumference = Total circular measurement of inside ring hole. (If measuring finger this will be the full outside measurement all the way around your finger)
Diameter = Width of ring hole. (Thickness of finger)
Note: If you are in between ring sizes we recommend sizing up.
Note: If you cannot see your countries ring measurements you can use an online converter here, to find out which size would best suit you.
|Length (MM)||Ring Size (US)||Ring Size (UK & AUS)||Ring Size (EUR)||Ring Size (East Asia)|
Use string to find your size:
Wrap a piece of loose string around your finger, neck or wrist (whichever you are measuring). Be sure to allow for the size of your knuckle.
With a pen, mark the point on the string where the end meets.
Measure string against a ruler in millimetres and compare to the charts.
Bracelet sizes are listed as circumference in centimetres. To measure your wrist, use a piece of string to wrap around wrist, cut where it joins and measure against a ruler in cm.