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Here are a few methods to measure your finger size. To be 100% sure I would recommend going to a jewellers and have your finger sized precisely.


Option 1 & 2

If you have a printer you can print off this PDF ring size guide to measure a ring you already own or to measure your finger. Be sure to follow the printing guidelines to ensure you print to the correct size!

Click the below button to download the printable ring size guide.


Option 3

Find a piece of string or strip of paper no wider than 1 cm.

Wrap it around the base of the finger you want to measure.

Use a pen to mark the point on the string/paper where it overlaps, forming a complete circle.

With a ruler, measure the length from the starting end of the string/paper to the pen mark. Measure to the closest milimeter as even 1 mm makes a difference!

Use the chart below to determine your ring size.


Here are some tips to make your ring size measurement more accurate:


After sliding the ring sizer on, make sure it slides off fairly easily over the knuckle.

Don't measure cold fingers, this is when fingers are their smallest.

For the most accurate reading, measure the finger at the end of the day when the finger is the largest



The thicker the ring, the tighter the fit, so if you choose a ring with a deep band width, it is likely you will need to go up one size. Such as with the triple stacking rings.

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Necklace Length Guide 

When choosing necklaces there's a few things that are handy to know, Especially if you are wanting to layer them.  Here's a visual guide to give you an approximate idea of how long each chain will hang.  

If layering two chains together then I would recommend 4 inches between the chains i.e. 16 & 20 or 18 & 22 inch, unless the top pendant is very small and then you can get away with just two inches in between them. 

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