Size Guide


Our guide can help you find the perfect fit for your new jewellery. The majority of our returns and exchanges are due to the wrong size being ordered. We urge you to take the time to measure your current jewelry that fits you properly to determine the correct size you need before placing an order. Please refer to below pictures and charts for typical piercing size. We have provided size guides for rings, necklaces, bracelets and anklets. This information is intended as an approximate guide, if you require further assistance, please get in touch with our customer care or visit one our store.

To determine your ring size, do the following:
  • Use a piece of string or dental floss and wrap it around the base of your finger.
  • Use a pen to mark the point on the string where the end meets.
  • Use a millimeter ruler to measure the string.
  • Choose the closest measurement to the chart below to find your UK ring size.
Tips for best results:
  • Allow enough room to accommodate your knuckle.
  • Bear in mind, different fingers on the same and the opposite hand may have different sizes. Therefore, measure the specific finger on which you are planning to wear the ring.
  • Measure your finger at the end of the day when your finger is likely to be largest.

Non-custom necklaces or chains come in industry standard lengths; five different lengths for women, and four for men. The table and model below describe and illustrate these standard sizes.

Standard Necklace Sizes for Women
  • 16″- Choker Length
  • 17-18″- At collarbone
  • 20″- A few inches below collarbone
  • 22″- At or above neckline
Standard Necklace Sizes for Men
  • 18″- Base of the neck (for smaller neck sizes)
  • 20″- To collarbone (most common length for average men)
  • 22″- A few inches below the collarbone
  • 24″- A few inches above the sternum

We offer bracelets in various styles including chains and bangles, some are adjustable or features different fastenings. For this reason, it is difficult to provide a set size guide for bracelets, however we have provided the following chart as an approximate guide for how a bracelet should fit.
Use a tape measure to take a tight wrist measurement, then use the chart below to find the recommended bracelet size. For example, if your wrist measures 17 cm then a 19 cm bracelet will provide a comfortable fit*.


When it comes to earrings, the first thing to know is gauge size, or the size of your piercing. The gauge size of your piercing refers to the thickness of the earring post that goes through your ear.
Everyone’s ear is different – and your piercer may use a different needle depending on your exact ear size and shape, but here are some guidelines:

GaugeCommon Piercings
20G (0.81mm)Most earlobe piercings are made with a 20G needle, as are some nose piercings. This is the standard size for a normal lobe piercing.
18G (1.0mm)An 18G needle can be used for earlobe piercings, nose piercings, as well as some cartilage piercings, especially the forward helix. It’s slightly thicker than a standard ear wire, and it probably won’t stretch your holes.
16G (1.2mm)A 16G needle is used for most cartilage piercings, including the tragus, helix, rook, conch and daith. This is pretty thick – it’ll stretch a regular hole.

Getting the right anklet size can be tricky. Learn how to measure and size your ankle bracelet for perfect drape, or, alternatively, how to make it adjustable. Women’s Standard Anklet Sizes.

21.5cm / 8.5 inches (petite)

23cm / 9 inches / (small) – most popular

24.15cm / 9.5 inches / (medium) – most popular

25.5cm / 10 inches/ (large)

Anklets should hang just below your ankle bone. To determine the size you need measure with a non-stretchy string or tape measure below your ankle bone. If you held the measuring device snug, then add 7mm-14mm (1/4” – 1/2″), depending on how loose you want your anklet. Therefore, if your ankle measures 21.6cm (8½”), you will want an anklet size 22cm-23cm (8¾” – 9″). If you’re unsure about your result, you can use a flexible, non-stretchy string or cord on your ankle about where you want your anklet to lay. Then mark or cut the cord exactly where it meets and measure the resulting length.