This guide should help you to provide the correct ring size when you place an order.
We recommend going to a jeweller for a professional true fitting as measuring your own ring size will never be as accurate. Your local jeweller can provide a size by measuring your finger or another ring of the correct size.
You can also email me with your postal address to request a plastic ring gauge with which you can measure your own size.
Your finger size can change during the day – The best time to measure is at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Do not measure when your hands are cold as your fingers could be up to half a size smaller than usual. Your ring should fit your finger comfortably: it should be comfortably snug, but still loose enough to slide over your knuckle. A wider band will feel tighter than a narrower band. If in doubt, get in touch and Beth can advise.
BUYING AS A GIFT?
If you are buying as a gift, the best way to establish ring size is to borrow one of the recipient’s rings from the correct finger and take it to your local jeweller for an accurate measurement or post to me if it won’t be missed for a few days. You could also ask the recipient’s friends or family if they know their finger size.
The most common women’s ring sizes range from size K to N with size M being the most popular female ring size. The most common men’s ring sizes range from size R to U with size T being the most popular male ring size.
Staffa Bangles are fixed bands (they do not slide or open) so it needs to be able to slide over your hand with enough resistance to stay on. Bangle size is determined by the size of your hand and not your wrist. To determine your bangle size, simply tuck your thumb into the palm of your hand (as if about to put on a bangle) and using tailor’s tape, measure your hand all the way around the broadest part of your hand and thumb. If you are unsure which size is best please email or add a note of your measurements in your order.