Size Guide

We know It can be tricky to figure out when you’re shopping online so we’re here to help ensure you pick the perfect size for your jewellery pieces.


Necklace Length Chart

Our necklace length chart covers all of the lengths we have available. It will give you an idea of where each length is likely to sit on a woman's frame.

Our most commonly ordered and worn length is 45cm. If you’re unsure then this is likely to be your go-to length. It sits just below the collarbone and is a great length for everyday wear.

We also ask that your keep in mind that all of us come in different shapes and sizes. If the neck area is more wider than a petite frame we advise that you choose 45cm and upwards.

Custom lengths are also available, just specify your preferred length in the order notes if there is a particular length you would like.


You can also measure an existing necklace, chain or pendant which suits you or the outfit you're planning to wear. A tape measure will work a treat. If you don't have an existing necklace to measure from, you can use some string, ribbon or a soft measuring tape to figure out what will work for you.

We’re here to help so send us a message if you would like further advice



To find an approximate ring size, measure the wigth (diameter) of a ring you currently wear. Or, measure the circumference of your finger with a strip of paper or a string. Find the nearest measurement on the chart. If unsure between two sizes, choose the larger size.



We have included two convenient Ring Sizer Tools to help you match yours or your partner's ring size. Download and print them here.



Standard length

For women’s bracelets, the standard length is 6.5 to 7.5 inches. A bracelet of 7 inches is the most common in women’s jewellery. Men’s bracelets are longer at 7.5 to 9 inches. A bracelet of 8 inches is the most common in men’s bracelets. Women’s bangles usually are 7 inches in length with a 2.5-inch diameter. The quickest way to make sure a bracelet you order from us will fit is to measure your wrist. Be sure to account for comfort and movement and remember that bangles will need room to move over your wrist.


Step 1: Measure your wrist just below the wrist bone, where one would normally wear a bracelet, with a flexible measuring tape or a strip of paper.
Step 2: If you are using a plain strip of paper, then measure that paper strip with a ruler to determine your wrist size.
Step 3: Add 1/4 inch to 1 inch (average is 1/2 inch) to your wrist size, depending on whether you would like a snug, comfort, or loose fit. This is the ideal bracelet length for you.