Please make sure that you carefully check all sizing information in the listing description and photos and select the correct sizing options before you purchase, as we will make your order to these specifications unless we have agreed with you otherwise.

Still need help? Email us at and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Our rings are made to size for you using the UK ring sizing scale.

If you know your ring size in a different country scale, please refer to the comparison table below and choose the corresponding UK size. If the ring size falls between two sizes, we suggest buying the larger size.

Ring Sizing Chart

Don’t know your ring size? Here’s our top tips:

  • Read our easy-to follow guide.
  • Purchase an adjustable UK ring size gauge here.
  • Avoid using string or paper to measure ring size as they can stretch or twist, yielding an inaccurate measurement.
  • Your finger size changes depending on time of the day and the weather.
  • For best results, measure your finger 3 to 4 times to eliminate an erroneous reading.


Buying as a gift?

Ask the recipient’s friends or family if they know their finger size or borrow one of the recipient’s rings (from the correct finger) and use the ring measurements to determine its size. 

Please use the following image as a guide for the typical style and fit for each necklace length.

The actual fit may vary depending on your body shape and/or size.

Some of our necklace designs come with adjustable chain lengths; please see the product details for individual information.


Most of our simple chain bracelets measure 7 inches (18 cm) long and can be adjusted to be made smaller or bigger, up to 8 inches (20 cm). However, the size of some of our designs may differ. Please see the product details for individual information.


Our bangles are made to size for you using the following size chart:





2.36” / 6 cm

7.67” / 19.5 cm


2.55” / 6.5 cm

8.26” / 21 cm


2.75” / 7 cm

8.85” / 22.5 cm

Measuring your bangle size

To measure the size you need to order, place your fist on a flat surface and, using a measuring tape or ruler, measure the width from the middle of the first knuckle to the middle of the fourth knuckle.

This will give you the diameter for the closest bangle size. If you fall between two sizes, we suggest buying the larger size.


If you don’t put an ear cuff on correctly, they can be uncomfortable or could fall off. Avoid this and find your best fit with our step by step guide on how to wear our ear cuffs.

  1. If needed, make subtle adjustments by hand, e.g. squeeze the opening gently to make it tighter, or pull the opening apart to make it looser. Be careful to avoid misshaping the cuff or injuring your ear.
  2. Slip the cuff over the thinnest part of your ear, which is usually at the top.
  3. Slide it down and rotate towards your inner ear to where it sits comfortably and securely.
  4. Place in the desired spot ensuring the ear cuff is sat securely.


how to wear an ear cuff step by step guide