Size guide

Select the Type of Jewelry you want to know your Size

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Rings

Method 1 - Using a Ring of the Correct Measurement.

If you already have a ring of the correct size, you just don't know what size it is, you can use a ruler to get the internal diameter and compare it in the following measurement table.

You can also download the guide to print it and place the ring on the correct circle. Just remember to print it full scale to get the exact result.

DOWNLOAD THE RING SIZING GUIDE

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Method 2 - Using a Thread or Cord.

Get a thread and tie it around your finger. Cut the thread right next to the knot and measure it with a ruler. Check the measure with the following table of equivalences:

Method 3 - Ask the Experts for Help.

Usually when you struggle the most to execute any of the 2 methods above, is when you want the ring to be a surprise. Sometimes you can ask a relative of your partner for help or discreetly take a photo of one of their rings next to a coin or other reference object, but sometimes even this is not an option.

That is why many times the bride and groom resort to asking us to "guess" based on our experience what size their partners are.

To achieve this we ask you the following:

1. A photograph where your hands are clearly visible

2. Full body photograph (to see your overall complexion)

3. Your height.

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Although it is not an infallible method, it has turned out to be much more accurate, and the changes in size after giving the ring are much less than if the groom tries to guess it on his own.

If you are in this situation, choose in the size options "I need help with the size" and send us a message.

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Necklaces and Chains

Use the reference images to find the correct measurement for the length of your chain or necklace. Measurements are in inches.

WOMEN'S SIZES

MEN'S SIZES

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Bracelets

You can also download the measuring band to know your bracelet size.

BRACELET SIZE GUIDE