Discover Your Perfect Fit

Size guides

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Finding the right size is a breeze with our easy-to-follow guides below. Whether you're choosing a ring, bracelet, earring or necklace, we've got you covered.

Earring Size Guide

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The thread of the earring is the thickness of the part that goes into the piercing.
On our clickers and Huggies our thread are approx 1.2mm making them sturdy and durable for extended wear.
Most of our stud and butterfly earring post will less than 1mm thick ( 0.8mm approx )

Post and Butterfly Earring: These are the usual earrings with a straight post that goes through your earlobe and a butterfly-like back that secures them. Easy and great for daily wear.

Screwback Earring: These have a threaded post and a back nut that you screw in for extra security. Ideal if you want earrings that stay put, even for extended wear. Just take a little more time to put on.

  • Step 1: Prepare
    Gather your screw-back earrings and ensure clean hands.
  • Step 2: Align and Insert
    Hold the earring post with the decorative part facing forward. Insert it into your earlobe piercing, aligning it correctly.
  • Step 3: Screw Gently
    Turn the earring post clockwise (to the right) with gentle pressure. Screw it in until it's snug but not overly tight.
  • Step 4: Check Comfort
    Ensure the earring feels comfortable and doesn't cause any discomfort or pinching. Do not over-screw.

We offer 5mm & 6.5mm as a standard. A 6.5mm length thread will fit most people from lobe to helix. The 5mm tends to be suitable for the upper lobe, forward helix piercings and for people with flatter lobes. You want to avoid the screwback being to loose at the back of the ear as it will get caught on clothes and be uncomfortable

We offer two types of clickers: seamless and non-seamless.

Our seamless clickers have a consistent design all around, with no noticeable front or back. They offer a clean and stylish appearance that looks fantastic from any angle. These hoops have a thread thickness of approximately 1.2mm, making them robust and suitable for extended wear. However, if you find these too thick for your piercings, especially if you've been wearing thinner jewellery, we recommend considering our non-seamless options.

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Ring Size Guide

Finding the your ring size can feel overwhelming, but we're here to help! The most accurate way to determine your ring size is by visiting a trusted local jeweller or paying us a visit in-store for a professional measurement. You are also able to purchase a UK sizing kit here.

Keep in mind that the style and width of the ring band can affect how it fits on your finger. If you require assistance in determining your size remotely, please don't hesitate to reach out.

If you'd like to get a close estimate on your own, follow these steps:

Number 1

Gently wrap a string or strip of paper around your finger, ensuring it's comfortably snug.

Mark where the string or paper overlaps. Measure the length from the end to the marked point in millimetres.

Number 3

Compare this measurement to a ring size chart.

For the most accurate results, consider measuring your finger at various times throughout the day.

Ring Size Chart

Ring Diam. (mm) Ring Circ. (mm) UK, AU & NZ US & Canada Europe China & Japan
14.3 44.8 F 1/2 3 1/4 5
14.5 45.5 G 3 1/2 45 1/4
14.7 46.1 G 1/2 3 3/4 6
14.9 45.7 H 4 46 1/2 7
15.1 47.4 H 1/2 4 1/4
15.3 48 I 4 1/2 47 3/4 8
15.5 48.7 J 4 3/4 49
15.7 49.3 J 1/2 5 9
15.9 49.9 K 5 1/4 50
16.1 50.6 K 1/2 5 1/2 10
16.3 51.2 L 5 3/4 51 3/4
16.5 51.8 L 1/2 6
16.7 52.5 M 6 1/4 52 3/4 12
16.9 53.1 M 1/2 6 1/2 13
17.1 53.8 N 6 3/4 54
17.3 54.4 N 1/2 7 14
17.5 55 O 7 1/4 55 1/4
17.7 55.7 O 1/2 7 1/2 15
17.9 56.3 P 7 3/4 56 1/2
18.1 56.9 P 1/2 8 16
18.3 57.6 Q 8 1/4 57 3/4
18.5 58.2 Q 1/2 8 1/2 17
  • How do you like to wear your rings? We recommend easy on hard off as a general rule.
  • Wider rings will feel tighter as will a few thin stacking bands.
  • If you have a prominent knuckle you will need it to be just big enough to get over the knuckle but small enough so its not too big once on your finger.
  • Your finger size will be impacted by temperature, times of the day and what you have eaten.

When it comes to finding the right ring size without spoiling the surprise, a thoughtful trick is to borrow one of their rings from the same finger you're targeting. Just double-check beforehand that the ring you're eyeing on our site can be resized. Keep in mind that rings with patterns or stones all around often can't be resized, but most other rings can be resized complementary or a small fee.

It's not always possible to resize a ring. Rings that have patterns or gemstones around or most of the way round might not be possible to resize. If the band is plain gold this is usually a straight forward resize. Large size differences may require a fee to size up.

Necklace Size Guide

Remember, necklace lengths can vary based on your neck size and shape, so consider how the necklace will sit when making your choice. These are just general guidelines, and personal preference plays a significant role.

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Necklace size chart

Generally speaking on woman's frame our 18" is the most popular length. Depending on your frame this will sit just below the collar bone.

For most men's chain length again depending on height and frame from 22" is a standard rule for chains.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch with any questions.

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Bracelet Size Guide

Most of our bracelets range from 6-7.5 inches and some are larger we also offer pulley adjustable styles as well.

For a standard bracelet that doesn't need to slide over your hand, your wrist measurement is typically your bracelet size plus a little more for wiggle room.

For a cuff or a wide bracelet that needs to pass over your hand, compare the measurement of your hand to the interior diameter or circumference of the bracelet. Ensure the bracelet's size is larger than the measurement of your hand but not too loose around your wrist.

Keep in mind that bracelet sizes may vary slightly depending on the design.