The easiest way to find out your finger size is to get it sized by a jeweler in the American standard size. Generally, thinner bands will fit looser, while wider bands will fit tighter. Also, keep in mind your own body’s natural fluctuations with things like temperature (for me, it’s wine!). Some of us like them tight, some of us like them loose! It’s best to go with what you feel most comfortable in, you’re the one who will be wearing it every day.
I understand that sometimes we don’t always get it right, which is why I always offer the first ring re-sizing for free (if the design allows). You may have bought your ring on a hot day, or after a couple of glasses of wine only to find it falling off a couple of months later. I get it, and it isn’t your fault! If you get the ring to me, I’ll take care of the sizing. For any re-sizing beyond that initial one, please contact me for a quote.
Most of my necklaces come in 16”, 18”, and 20”. These generally range from just above the collar bone to the sternum. I am happy to make any of my necklaces into custom length or multi-length pieces, just ask!
For chain link and bangle bracelets, loosely measure around your wrist. For cuff bracelets, measure closely on the wrist. Depending on style, small bracelet sizes range from 6-7”, medium ranges from 7-8”, large ranges from 8-9”, and extra large ranges from 9-10”.
Feel free to contact me if you are unsure about any measurements or if your measurements are smaller or larger than any of the sizes listed throughout my website and shop.