Ring Size guide
You can measure your ring size in a number of ways. UK sizing is measured alphabetically, in Europe and the US it is done numerically. The most accurate way of measuring your ring size is by going to a jewellery store.
Some top tips:
- If you are in between sizes, we suggest sizing up.
- Please take note that if you do have larger knuckles, we would recommend going up half a size.
The below is a chart to help you measure your ring size at home.
|48 1/2||4 3/4||J||15.5|
|52 1/2||6 1/4||M||16.7|
|53 1/2||6 3/4||N||17.1|
|56||7 3/4||P 1/2||17.97|
|57 1/2||8 1/4||Q||18.3|
|59||8 7/8||R 1/2||18.8|
|60||9 3/8||S 1/2||19.31|
CHECK THE SIZE OF YOUR EXISTING RING
An alternative way to measure your ring size is by using this Printable Size Chart
NECKLACE SIZE GUIDE
Working out where your necklace will sit can be a bit of a headache, especially if you like to layer them up. The guide below should give you a better idea of how your necklace will look in a variety if lengths.
The majority of our necklaces have adjustable chain lengths, allowing you to wear them at the length that works for you.
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Hoop Size Guide
We love hoops and Huggies, but it can be tricky to work out the correct size for you and your piercings. Check out our guide below to see the various sizes we offer and how they compare.
Chubby Diamond Hoops
Skinny Huggie Diamond Hoops
Gold Edit Hoops
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