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Sizing Guide

HOW DO I FIND MY RING SIZE? 

( Or, my partner’s! ) 

 

There are a few key ways that you can work out what ring size you need.

See below for a number of ways to go about it.

( + if you have any questions, email us! We are always so happy to help you ). 

 

a. If you know your size, use the simple SIZE CONVERSION CHART below.

This is just a portion of the sizes we offer ~ the majority of our rings are ‘made to order’ and therefore crafted to any size needed.

Note: The sizes on the Violet Gray website are numeric (USA / Canada). It is best to also refer to the millimetre sizing as ring measurements are not always universal. 

 

WOMEN’S RINGS 

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b. Use an EXISTING RING

Measure the inside diameter of a ring you currently wear with a ruler.

Then match your measurement in the diagram below.

Tip: Make sure you measure from the very INSIDE edges of your ring.

 

 

 

c.  Have your fingers PROFESSIONALLY SIZED

Drop down to your local jeweller and ask kindly to have your fingers professionally sized.

You will obtain the most accurate size this way.

We do advise having the finger that the ring will be worn on sized, as fingers vary slightly in measurement. Ask for the measurement of the size in mm also. Then, compare your sizes to our sizing conversion chart above. Or alternatively, you can also purchase our ring sizer for just $5 with free shipping right HERE.

 

For more information, visit the Official International Ring Size Conversion Chart.

 

Additionally we have created this post for you ~

 TIPS on how to work out her ring size in secret?

 


 

HOW CAN I MEASURE MY BRACELET SIZE?

 

To measure your wrist you can use a flexible tape measure or piece of string and wrap it just below your wrist bone, where your bracelet will be worn.

If you have not used a measuring tape, simply use a ruler to measure the length of the string/paper/ribbon. Note down the exact length.

For a comfortable fit, we advise an extra 1 – 1.5cm added to your wrist measurement.

If your bracelet is too tight, please know that the chances of breaking the piece will increase due to excess pressure on the bracelet.

 

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