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If you can’t find the size you’re looking for, please reach out to us and we would be happy to customise a size specially for you.
Allure Crafted Silver rings are very versatile because most of our rings have a slight opening at the back allowing it to be adjusted slightly.
How do you find your size? Follow the below methods and if your ring size falls between two sizes, order the larger size.
Method 1 – Measure an Existing Ring
Method 2 – Measuring your fingers
Tip: Your fingers become smaller in cold temperatures so never measure cold fingers. Measure your fingers at the end of the day which is when they are usually at its largest.
Below is the International Size Guide for your reference
|OUR SIZE (JAPAN)||DIAMETER (IN MM)||US/ CA/ MEX SIZE||UK/AUS/ NZ SIZE|
|6||14.5||3 3/4||G ½|
MIDI RING SIZING
A general rule of thumb is that a midi ring will be 3-4 sizes smaller than your normal size. For example, if you are a size 7 on your middle finger, you should take a size 4 in midi ring. However, it is always best to measure your own fingers to be sure.
We have created a visual to give you an idea of how necklaces vary by length and can be chosen to reflect personal or preference style.
Note: The diagram is general guidance, as sizing and fit may vary from person to person.
Follow these easy steps to find your perfect bangle size If you already have a bangle with your preferred size, simply measure the diameter in cm.
If you don’t have a bangle, you can measure your hand using a measuring tape or a piece of paper and a ruler.
Step 1 – Bring your thumb and little finger together and measure where your hand is in the widest position as shown in the picture below.
Step 2 – Measure the length of the strip of paper against a ruler and use the bangle chart to determine your bangle size
|Diameter (in mm)||Circumference (in mm)|
Follow these easy steps to find your perfect bracelet size. If you already have a bracelet with your preferred size, simply measure the length in cm.
If you don’t have a bracelet, you can measure your hand using measuring tape or a piece of string and a ruler.
Measure the length of the strip of paper against a ruler and use the bracelet chart to determine your size. Bracelet Chart
|Length (in cm)||Size|
Use a tape measure and measure around your ankle just above the bone or use a string ribbon and lay it on a ruler to get your size in inches.
|Measurement (in inches)||Size|
|8” – 8 1/2”||Select larger size for longer draping||9”|
|8 3/4” – 9”||9.5”|
|9.1/4” – 9 1/2”||10”|
|9 3/4″ – 10”||10.5”|
|10 1/4″ – 10 1/2″||11”|