When choosing your ring size, take into consideration the following points:
- Rings vary in thickness. Make sure if the ring you chose is thick you should order 1 size higher by the Israeli criteria.
- It is recommended to measure your finger at least 10 minutes after exercise, when the body temperature is in normal.
- Keep in mind that each finger could have a different size between left or right.
How to find your ring size?
- Take a string or a piece of paper, not thicker than the required ring, rap around your finger.
- Mark with a pen the circumference.
- Use a ruler to compare measures of the length of paper or string from its starting point to the marked point.
- If the ring is bought for someone else, you can measure in the same way, the inner diameter of another ring used on the desired finger and compare accordingly in the chart.
Ring size chart:
All necklaces are available in specific chain lengths, which can be found in the description of the one you have in mind.
All necklaces come with a spring ring clasp. All 18" chains will have a 16" stationed jump ring to allow the necklace to be worn at either length.
To determine how the necklace will fit, I suggest using a string cut to the same length, and tying it around your neck to see how the length looks on you.
All necklaces and chains length can be customized so I'd love to help you with that.
Sizing for a cuff bracelet can be tricky.
All cuffs are designed to fit an average 6" wrist.
If your wrists are smaller, the cuff will fit a bit more loosely.
You can slightly tighten it by hand in order to adjust it to the fit you prefer.
Chain bracelets can be measured using the string method.
Cut a string in the specified length from the bracelet's description, and tie it around your wrist to see how the bracelet will look on you.