Sizeguide

RING SIZE USING A STRIP OF PAPER 

● Cut a thin strip of paper about 10 cm long.  

● Fold the strip around your knuckle (this is the widest part of your finger). 

● Mark the area where the two ends of the paper strip meet. 

● Use a ruler to measure the length in milimeters to give you the circumference. 

● Convert the measurement to the appropriate ring size, using the ring size chart above.  

     

     

RING SIZE USING A RULER 

● Take a ring at home that fits the finger that will wear your desired ring. 

● Measure the internal diameter of the ring (that’s the hole inside the ring, excluding the metal). 

● Write down this measurement in millimetres, and use the conversion chart above to find your ring size.  

     

RING SIZE USING A RING SIZER 

● Push the end of the Ring Sizer through the belt-like opening to form a ring shape. 

● Slip the Ring Sizer onto your finger. Adjust it to give it a comfortable fit. Check that it slips over joints of the finger without difficulty. 

● Read off the indicated size when you achieve the best fit on your finger.  

           

     

BRACELET SIZE USING A STRIP OF PAPER 

● Cut a thin strip of paper about 25cm long.  

● Fold the strip around your wrist. 

● Mark the area where the two ends of the paper strip meet. 

● The length of the strip + 1 cm is your bracelet size. Please note! For the Bold Bracelet you have to add 2 cm. 

     

NECKLACE LENGTH WITH STRING/FLOSS 

● Check which lengths are available in your desired necklace. You can find these next to any product on our website. 

● Measure and cut these lengths out from a piece of string/floss 

● Hang each length around your neck like a necklace and decide which one has your preference.