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Sizing

Rings

Rings should slide on easily over the knuckle and be a little more work to take off.  The ring should be a snug fit that won't slide off easily over your knuckles.

Your finger size may change slightly throughout the day, depending on the temperature and amount of physical activity. If you are unsure of your finger size, it is best to visit a local jeweller to get an accurate size.

You may find it helpful to view the size conversion chart on the Ringsizes website and download their PDF size guide

If you have any further queries regarding sizing please contact Karen for further assistance.

Karen can re-size rings up or down, within a few sizes.  

Bangles

While bangles are generally meant to fit somewhat loosely on the wrist, there is still some variation in the degree of looseness. This partly depends on personal preference, and partly on the bangle design.

If you are unsure of your size, it is best to visit a local jeweller to get an accurate size.

If you have a bangle that is a good fit, measure the internal diameter as a guide to the size you need. If the bangle you are ordering is a much wider design than the one you are measuring, you will need to go up a size. If you have any further queries regarding sizing for a bangle then please contact Karen and she will be happy to advise.

You can use a soft tape measure to determine the size you need. To measure the hand, position it as though putting on a bangle, with the thumb tucked in against the palm. Wrap the measuring tape along the widest part of the hand, usually the knuckles and thumb. The measurement where the tape measure overlaps is the hand size.

This size should be used for an average fit. For a looser fit, you can choose a bangle one size larger.

Karen can re-size bangles up or down, within a few sizes.