There are a few options open to you to size your ring. If you have the measurement of an existing ring already, you can use the chart below to find your size. If not, don't worry, just choose one the following alternative options.
The most accurate way to work out your ring size is to go to any high street jeweller and ask them to size your finger for you. Remember that there are differences between your fingers so one size does not fit all! If you are looking at a spinner ring or a stacking ring set with 4 rings of more, then make sure you ask for a fitting for a wide ring. They will give you a letter which is your ring size, for example M or M ½.
By folding your thumb in to your palm and then measuring around your knuckles, you get a length in cms which you can compare with the inner circumference measurements in the diagram below. If you don’t have a tape measure, use a piece of string and lay it on a ruler afterwards. If your sizeoutside of the range of diagram below, please is email me with your measurements.
Now, let's talk about necklace lengths. Picture yourself draped in jewels, ready to conquer the world!
If you already have a necklace which you like the length of, then just measure it in inches and you will be able to order straightaway.