Finding Your Right Sizes

  

Estimating your ring size

Generally these are the two methods you may consider in order to obtain the circumference and/or diameter measurement. Once you have the length of the thread/paper (used during your measurement process) measured, please cross check with the product's measurement. This may yield higher accuracy than relying on the ring size chart due to the various region's ring size charting methods.

Note: The best time to measure is when you are all warmed up for the day (rather than measuring on a cold finger). 

 

Method 1: Measure your finger 

  • Use a thread (or yarn) or paper
  • Wrap around the finger you wish to be wearing the ring. Do test if the thread/paper can move comfortably around your knuckle
  • Mark the two start/end points (where the thread/paper meets)
  • Measure the length of the thread/paper on a ruler
  • Cross check with the measurement of the product as described in the product description
  • If the fit slightly differs, resizing service is available to either size up or size down. Purchase is required prior to any resizing request

 

Method 2: Measure your existing ring 

  • Use a ring you wear regularly and a ruler
  • Measure the inside diameter of the ring on a ruler (see picture No. 2 above)
  • Cross check with the measurement of the product as described in the product description
  • If the fit slightly differs, resizing service is available to either size up or size down. Purchase is required prior to any resizing request 

Finding the right size for your necklace 

The diagram below offers some general insights as to the length of the necklaces. Do bear in mind that the lengths may differ visually according to individual upper body size.  

Finding the right size for your bracelet

You may adopt the same approach for your wrist and bracelet measurements by referring to Method 1: Measure your finger (wrist) and Method 2: Measure your existing ring (bracelet) above. Instead of measuring your finger in Method 1, measure the base of your wrist by referring to the diagram below as a general guideline.