Sizing


 

YOUR RING SIZE:

I offer a ring sizer for $5 in my Misc category. Use the code SHIPPY to ship it for free (code has a limit of 1 use per customer). Read the Ring Sizer description for instructions once you receive it.

Another great way to get an accurate size is to go in to a jewellery store and ask them for your ring size (it's free). Each finger can be a different size, so make sure you measure the finger you'll be wearing it on!

RING SIZE FOR SOMEONE ELSE:

If the ring is a surprise, ask the person's partner/or family if they know the person's ring size. Otherwise borrow one of their favourite rings and take it to a jeweller to determine the size properly.

All jewellery certificates come with a free ring sizer so the giftee knows their size in case they'd like to spend it on a ring.

If you can't be bothered with any the above, just buy them a necklace haha!

IMPORTANT TIPS: 

The ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckles without discomfort.

Your finger size can change depending on the time of day, and the weather!

My ring sizes are in Australian/UK format(A,B,C etc). If you only know your ring size in a different format (like 6,7,8 etc), please email me BEFORE ordering so I can convert it, and tell you which AU ring size to order on my website.
 


NECKLACE LENGTH:

If you have a necklace you wear usually, unclasp it, and measure it's length from end to end.

If you're unsure which length is best for you (or someone else)- get a piece of string and tie it up around your neck where you'd like the pendant to sit. Once you've done that, cut the string (carefully) and then lay the string out. Measure that string length from end to end, and you'll have your ideal necklace length!


NOTE:

Please make sure you check your necklace length or ring size correctly before ordering!!! I can't stress this enough. I can not resize pieces as I work alone and am always quite busy. Any local independent jeweller can resize/modify jewellery for a small fee.

If you're ordering a wide band ring, it's best to order a half size larger to ensure it will fit, given the extra surface area on a wider ring.