sizing charts

 Our bracelets are measured in millimeters and the handy chart below will help you determine the best size for you. The most important measurements for any bracelet are the inner circumference and the diameter, and the gap measurement for cuffs. The inner circumference is the total length around the inside circle of the bracelet, including the gap if applicable. The diameter is the inner measurement of the bracelet at its widest point in a straight line. For cuffs, the gap measurement will tell you if you will be able to comfortably get the bracelet on and off.

The best way to get a proper measurement is to measure a cuff or bracelet you already own that fits just the way you like and use those numbers as a guide.

To measure your wrist, use a flexible tape measure. If you don’t have a tape measure you can use a piece of string or ribbon and lay the string down on a ruler to measure. To measure circumference, go all the way around your wrist in the place you will want to wear the bracelet. If you will be stacking bracelets, measure along your arm where the bracelet will sit. If you’re looking to wear a wide bracelet it will cover more or your wrist so you might want to go up a size. Hold the string, ribbon or tape measure as you would wear a bracelet – if you like a tight fit or a loose fit adjust the slack accordingly. Accurately measuring your wrist diameter is a bit more tricky, so if possible, measure the diameter of a bracelet you already own and is comfortable to wear. Likewise when measuring for cuff gap. To get an approximate measurement for wrist diameter, hold a ruler against the back of you wrist and record the measurement from side to side. To approximate ideal cuff gap, hold a ruler to the inside of your wrist near your thumb.

This chart is meant to be a guide and can differ from other charts you may find.




No one knows your fingers like you do. You know if they swell at the knuckle when a storm is coming or if they shrink as you lose weight or that if you stack rings, which ring will have to go up or down a size. The best way to find out the ring size of your finger is to use a ring measuring set. These sets come in different band widths for good reason – a ring with a thick band will typically wear like a slightly smaller size, so if you usually wear thick rings but are looking for a thin one, try a half size down, and vice-versa, if you usually wear thin rings go a half size up when trying a thick banded one. You can also take a ring you already wear comfortably and put it on a mandrel to see what size the ring is.

When measuring for ring size on your own, our favorite way is to use a piece of scotch tape. You can also use a piece of string or ribbon. Carefully wrap the tape around your finger where you would normally wear your ring to complete a full circle. Not too tight and not too loose, it should be about as tight as you would comfortably wear your ring. Carefully, again – carefully, cut the tape in a straight line, then measure the length of the tape opened up against a ruler.

This chart is meant to be a guide and can differ from other charts you may find.