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Size guides provided below to help you find the best size for your new piece of jewelry.

What type and size of necklace is best for you?

How to measure for necklace length... 

1. To find your necklace size, use a string that is the same length as the necklace you are interested in. 

2. Place the string around your neck and see where it sits.  

3. If layering necklaces, repeat the process with different string lengths to decipher what sizes will look good together. 

Tips when deciding necklace size

Please keep in mind there are additional factors that may affect how the necklace fits including the list below...

  • Your neck size and shape

  • If the necklace you are intending to purchase will be stacked with others

  • The size of beads, stones, and chain thickness if applicable

  • If ordering with a pendant, its additional length

  • What you are wearing, like a thin or thick top

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Measurement Conversion Chart



12 - 13
14 - 16
18 - 20
24 - 26
30 - 32
42 - 46

30.48 - 33.02
35.56 - 40.64
45.72 - 50.80
60.96 - 66.04
76.20 - 81.28
106.68 - 116.84

*Size charts on our site are general guides and not actual size. 

How to measure for most bracelets on this site? 

The bracelet size charts are general guidelines. If more accurate measurements are necessary, you will need to take your own measurements to determine the correct size. The instructions provided below will help you decide what size bracelet to order.


1. Using a piece of string or strip of paper, wrap it around your wrist where you normally wear your bracelet and mark where it meets. 

2. Lay the string or strip of paper on a flat surface and use a ruler to measure the length. 

3. Use the guide to find the appropriate size with how snug or loose you want the bracelet to fit (see instructions below for cuff and bangle bracelets).


How to measure for cuff and bangle bracelets?

When ordering a cuff or bangle bracelet, it is best to choose a size that is larger than the circumference of widest part of the hand.

1. Bring all your fingers together like you are about to slip on a cuff or bangle bracelet (with your thumb and little finger touching), and measure around the knuckle area. 

2. Once you determine the circumference, it is best to choose a cuff or bangle that is at least 1/4" larger.

How to measure for a ring size.


1. Using a strip of paper or piece of non-stretchy string, wrap it around the finger the ring is intended for and the part of finger where it will sit.   Then, mark the place where it joins together. 

2. Lay the strip of paper or piece of string down on a flat surface. Using a ruler, measure the length that was wrapped around the finger up to the mark line.

3. Once you determine the length, find the size on the chart below that is the closest measurement.

Tips when choosing a ring size...

  • It is best to measure your finger during the later part of the day when your finger is warm. Finger size can change depending on the time of day and the weather. When your fingers are cold, the size can be up to a half size smaller. 

  • Fingers on the dominant hand are usually larger.  

  • Rings with thicker bands may feel tighter than rings with thinner bands.​

  • Measure 3 to 4 times for more accuracy.

(circumference with paper or string)

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*Ring size chart is for reference only and not actual size.

Can't find your size?


Please contact us, and we will let you know if we can accommodate your request as a custom order.

Pearl Size


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*The pearl size chart is a general guide and not true to actual size. 

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