Jewellery Sizing Guide

Rings a finger size will be required.  we use the standardised system for sizing H-Z

For the best ring size accuracy we recommend that you have your finger measured,  visit a High Street Jeweller or one of our stockists.   Normally, there is not a charge but is worth checking if  are you not intending to purchase/order from them.

Try to visit when your hands are neither too hot or cold for the most accurate measurement.

Buying a ring as a gift? the best way – but not always the easiest way  is to borrow his or her ring (from the correct finger) and either take it to a jewellers to be measured or send it to us by Special delivery for security and we will measure it.

Give us a call if you are still not sure and we can guide you as we have over 17 years of experience.

Bangles Our bangles are designed to move freely on the wrist and are made with an inner diameter of 65mm which is a fairly standard size.  We can make bangles smaller or larger to order if you prefer but do allow a little extra time for this.

How to check your bangle size:  Form your hand, with the thumb tucked in against the palm, as if about to put on a bangle and measure right around the widest part of your hand with a tape measure or piece of string. The area to measure is normally around the base of the thumb.

Bracelets with linked chains are an average 7 1/2″ (40cm) in length

Necklaces/Pendants are normally a standard 16″ (40cm) length.  Optional 18″ lengths are available for some pieces.

Cufflinks have fixed hinged T Bar backs.