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Sizing Guide

Rings

We work with the British ring size system (A - Z) but can also convert sizes across different systems (American, Eastern etc).
How to find your ring size:
  • Use an existing ring that fits (provided it’s still relatively circular): place it over a ruler and measure the inside diameter of the ring in millimetres.
  • Pop in to our studio in Claremont (by appointment) and we will gladly measure you up.
  • Find another friendly jeweller and ask them nicely to take your measurement.

We work with the British ring size system (A - Z) but can also convert sizes across different systems (American, Eastern etc).

Some interesting facts.. most people’s left and right hands are slightly different in size; fingers on the dominant hand are often slightly bigger. Also, most people's fingers have a general tendency to expand and contract in warmer and cooler weather. It’s usually a good idea to take this into account when choosing your ring size.

Cuffs

Cuffs are oval with an opening through which to slide your wrist. Unless otherwise stated, size options are given in centimetre measurements of the long axis of the oval, ie. width across the wrist. Cuffs are usually adjustable to some extent; they can be squeezed closed or pulled open gently in order to fit snugly and comfortably.

Available cuff sizes:

small (6cm diameter)
medium (7cm diameter)
large / men's (7.5cm diameter)