Jewellery Sizing info
For Ring sizing I use US ring sizes (You can convert other countries ring sizes HERE
The best and only effective way to get the absolutely correct ring size is by either getting your finger sized for free at any Jewellers store, or purchasing an inexpensive Ring Sizer
. You want to make sure the ring sits firmly and doesn't wiggle around too much.
Some Rings in my store fit better when sized down quarter to half a size or for wide band rings - sizing up. It will say in each listing if you should adjust your sizing. If your ring size isn't listed please leave a note with your correct ring size while checking out and I will be happy to accomodate you.
Below is a rough guide to necklace lengths (Please note this is obviously on a thin/average sized model - if you are larger (like me) the necklaces will sit between 1-4 inches higher than pictured, alternatively if you are smaller they may hang down lower.)
To correctly measure your bracelet length - first measure securely around your wrist with a measuring tape, and if you run between sizes - go up to the next size. For example if your wrist is 7 1/2 inches, get an 8 inch bracelet. if you like them a bit looser rather than snug, I would say go up an inch from your original length. If you need help with sizing just email me.