If you do not know your ring size, I highly recommend having your finger sized by a local jeweler.
I also sell ring sizers!
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so it doesn't fall off, but loose enough to go over your knuckles without extra effort.
Temperature is important
Don’t measure when your body temperature is either too cold or too hot. A cold finger shrinks while a hot finger expands causing an inaccurate reading. Only measure when fingers are at room temperature.
Knuckles can effect the size
If your knuckle is a lot larger than the base of your finger, you may need to go up a half size.
A wider band needs a bigger size
Depending on your finger shape, wide bands may fit more snug than single bands. Id recommend going ½-1 full size up if wider bands seem more snug on you.
Cuffs are the C shaped bracelets, worn snug on the wrist usually with an opening on the underside.
Cuff sizing is a little less precise than ring sizing. Because cuffs are slightly adjustable (have to be to put them on and off) the sizing is a less defined.
Your wrist circumference is the biggest factor in picking the right size. However, your wrist shape and personal preference also play a role. I have a 6.75” wrist and usually wear a S/M size but sometimes wear a M/L depending on the style (or my preference that day).
XS is recommended for wrists with a 5.75 - 6.25” circumference
S/M is recommended for wrists with a 6.25 - 6.5” circumference
M/L is recommended for wrists with a 6.5 - 7” circumference
XL is recommended for wrists with a 7 - 7.5” circumference
XXL is recommended for wrists with a 7.5-8" circumference
Please note- I can do custom sizes on many items- just email me with any questions regarding this!
Always go up if you like a looser fit. This style cuff is meant to hug your wrist.
My cuffs are meant to be open and closed very slightly. The best way to get the cuff on and off the wrist is to go the the side of the wrist (most narrow point). When putting the cuff on gently tighten the cuff with a little squeeze. Please be cautious to over work the cuff or open and close it more than needed.
I make most of my cuffs stackable. I love wearing multiple cuffs at a time, so I always take that into consideration when designing them.
If you like wearing (3+) multiple cuffs at a time, consider varying the sizes a bit. Depending on your arms shape, its sometimes much more comfortable to wear a larger size the farther up on the arm it is worn.
Bangles fit totally different than cuffs. They are larger and complete circles. They will usually be able to fit over cuffs completely. Bangle sizing is a bit different because it really has to do with your hand/fist size. I list the inner diameter on the listings. A good way to know is to measure the inner diameter of a bangle you already have that fits. Usually if you're a S/M in a cuff you will be in a bangle too- but not always. The great thing about bangles is that they don't have to stack like cuffs- you can wear different sizes at once and it still be great. Wear the larger ones at the top and keep the smaller towards the bottom to keep them all in place.
RESIZING RINGS OR CUFFS
Some ring styles can be sized up (usually 1/2 size up) only. Please inquire before purchase if this is something you may need. Sizing down usually requires a complete disassemble and rebuild as stones must be removed prior to any soldering. Unfortunately, I am unable to offer sizing down on rings.
Many of my traditional style cuffs can easily be shortened (one size down) if needed for a small fee. Do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about this or about a specific cuff.
If you have already received the item and realize that you would like it adjusted in size (if doable) I will gladly do so- for a small fee. I also ask that you cover shipping to and from.
If you have any questions at all please don't hesitate to shoot me a message! I don’t want you wearing ill fitting jewelry!