Jewelry Sizing

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The fingers on your dominant hand are usually slightly bigger than on your non-dominant hand.

Be mindful of swelling. Your fingers swell up in the heat and shrink in the cold. Salt and alcohol can also cause swelling.

The wider the ring, the larger the ring size you need. Go up a 1/2 to full size if buying a ring with a wider shank (4mm+).

If stacking multiple rings (3+), we suggest going up a 1/2 size to give more room on your finger for all of the rings.

Reusable ring sizers are available on Amazon.

Visit your local jewelry store and see if they wouldn't mind determining your finger size for you. Most jewelry stores will have metal ring sizers available and can tell you your ring size in just a few minutes.


Standard necklace lengths are 14", 16", 18", 20", 24", 30" and 33". Please reference the diagram to see approximately where each length will fall. If you need a specific chain length, please contact directly.


Take a bracelet you already own and measure the length against a ruler. Include the clasp and ending in the total measurement. 

Take a piece of loose string or something similar (nothing too stretchy). Wrap the string around your wrist where you would like it to fit. Mark and measure that length.

For an exact or tight fit, we recommend adding 1/4" to that measurement.

For a standard fit, we recommend adding 1/2" to 3/4" to that measurement.

For a loose fit, we recommend adding 1" to that measurement.



We use .925 silver, meaning it is made up of 92.5% pure silver.

Gold Plated

A base metal (we use sterling silver) with a ton layer of gold on the outside.

Gold Vermeil

Sterling silver plated in a thick layer of gold.

Gold Filled

5% or 1/20th of solid gold by weight bonded to sterling silver.


100% gold the whole way through.