For the most accurate ring sizing we recommend visiting your local high street jewellers. We appreciate this is not always convenient so we have put together some things to help you give you an estimated size.
Measuring your finger
To measure your finger you can either use the string method below or print out the chart on the right. Once you have checked the scaling is correct, cut out the ring gauge at the top of the page including the slot and wrap the gauge around your finger. Place the end of the guage through the slot to reveal your size. Tip: Don't pull the gauge too tightly, as you will want to be able to take the ring on and off.
Measuring a ring
If you are buying a ring for someone else or already have a ring that you know fits the correct finger, you can measure this ring by printing out the ring chart. When printing select ‘scale 100%’ or ‘no scaling’. Once printed, check the chart is to scale by measuring the 10cm distance. Place the ring over the circles until one fits perfectly inside the centre of the ring.
Alternative method: take a piece string or a strip of paper, wrap it around your finger and mark the two ends where it crosses. Place the string or paper against a ruler. This is the circumference of your finger which you will then need to convert into millimetres. Use this measurement and compare it to the ring size chart to find your UK size.
We can provide chains in any length, below are the most common chain lengths for male and female. For accuracy we would suggest measuring an existing chain, this guide will give you an idea of where the chain would rest.
Using the same method as the finger sizing, take a piece of string or a strip of paper and wrap it once around your wrist where you would like the bracelet to rest. Mark a line where the two ends cross. Lay the string or paper along a ruler, this distance will be your bracelet size. Tip: Make sure you don't wrap it too tight around your wrist.