Find your ring size
First and foremost, rings must be a good fit so that you enjoy wearing them all day long. It is easy to work out your ring size - simply wrap a thread around your finger and measure the length. This measurement will give your ring size and thus the inside circumference. Alternatively, you can also measure the inside diameter of a well-fitting ring and refer to the table for the corresponding ring size.
Please note that the fingers on the left and right hands differ in thickness and that ring size will change over the course of the day. The fingers are usually bigger in the evenings than in the mornings, and bigger in summer than in winter. Wide rings must be chosen in a slightly larger size than narrow rings.
Find your bracelet lenght
Your bracelet or bangle must not be too tight or too loose, otherwise you might lose your jewellery or feel discomfort in your wrist joint. To work out the correct length, wrap a tape measure or a thread loosely around your wrist. Your little finger should be able to fit between the band and your wrist. Compare the length with the corresponding order size in the table.
|Bracelet or bangle|
|Order size||Width x height|
|S||56 x 44|
|M||62 x 49|
|L||68 x 54|
|Flat leather bracelet, triple|
|Round leather bracelet, triple|
Find your Chain lenght
The length of our cords, chains and necklaces is given in cm. To find the length that best suits you, take a fairly heavy band of the corresponding length and drape it around your neck. This is an easy way to work out what length you need.