What makes us stand out from the crowd is our ability to create bespoke jewellery just for you. Here is a general overview on how to measure for your desired pieces but of course the accuracy of your measurements is down to you if ordering online.
Of course if you would like a specific length we are more than happy to cater to your needs. Please be aware that should you need the item altering due to changing your mind once you receive the product, any postage and altering changes will be applicable at your own cost.
The length of necklace you choose may depend on various factors. You may feel you’d like a slightly longer length necklace if making a statement to go with a specific outfit you have in mind, or even a shorter necklace if you’d like something delicate and dainty. Use the sizing guide attached to help you choose what works for you
We usually say that the average size bracelet to fit a females wrist is between 7 and 8 inches. Although as we all come in different shapes and sizes we ask that you double check this by wrapping a measuring tape around your wrist and adding an extra 1-1.5” for general comfort.
If measuring for a bangle we ask that you measure around your hand in a specific way- You will need to position it as if putting on a mitten and measuring around the widest point of your hand for the bangle to slide over, this tends to be just below the knuckles. You wont need to add any additional inches like you would if measuring just your wrist.
A ring mandrel can be used to measure the size of existing rings otherwise finger width can be determined by using a finger gauge in store.
Below is a guide to measuring your own finger according to UK Ring Sizing
Please note, these measurements are for guidance only, as all people have different knuckle sizes and their own preference on how loose or tight they wish to wear rings on their fingers.
Please also be aware that the core temperature of our hands can make our fingers expand slightly through the day. We advise that ring sizes are measured in the evening when your feeling most relaxed. First thing in the morning or having cold hands in general can make your measurement too small by up to half a size so please measure a few times if necessary.
When it comes to measuring for a child, we recommend using the same techniques as listed above for adults. If the item is being bought as a gift for instance, below is a general guide for age related sizes but of course all children grow in varying rates
Safety note: Due to any risk of a choking hazard we DO NOT recommend giving jewellery to children under the age of 3 years old and suggest caution for those aged 3-5. We do not recommend allowing a child to wear jewellery unsupervised or allow them to wear it whilst sleeping.