Find Your Fit
Find the perfect fit for your jewelry.
One of the reasons I started making and selling jewelry is that I can never find small enough rings or bracelets. The standard 6, 7, 8 sizes for rings in most department stores just didn't work for me, and I didn't want to shell out the big bucks for fine jewelry every time. I truly love customizing products so that you get exactly what you want. From metal, to size, to design--like the gemstone bar necklace but wish it had 5 stones instead of 7, works for me! Every piece is made to order, so tell me what you want, and I will do everything I can to make it perfect for you.
Finding Your Ring Size: The shop now has ring sizers you can buy here: Ring Sizer. You can get a ring sizer free with any purchase, just let me know in the notes at checkout and I will send one with your order.
Finding Your Necklace Length: There are always photos floating around Pinterest showing where different necklace lengths fall, but they aren't universal to everyone. Depending on the circumference of two people's necks, a 17 inch necklace can look completely different on each of them. I recommend using a cloth measuring tape, wrapping it around the back of your neck and adjusting the two ends in front to find your ideal length (you can also use a ribbon for this and measure the ribbon after marking the spot). All necklace lengths can be customized beyond the options online, if you find your favorite length is 20 inches and don't see it as an option, let me know in the notes when you checkout, no extra charges will be applied.
Finding Your Bracelet Size: Measure your wrist using a cloth measuring tape or a ribbon, wrapping it around your wrist, below your wrist bone. For adjustable bracelets, the initial reading is the size you should choose. For a chain bracelet or one that must fit over your hand- add to the number with these guidelines: for a snug fit, add 1/4" to 1/2", for a comfort fit, add 3/4" to 1", for a loose fit at 1-1/4".