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size guide


All measurements with the listed jewellery items are approximate.

Below are some general sizing guidelines to help you determine if a piece is the right fit for you. If an item on the website is not listed in the size you are looking for, please contact us through the Made to Order & Custom Design sheet.

*Please Note: These items are handmade and no two will be identical.

necklaces

The length of chain for necklaces and pendants are chosen because we believe  that certain elements of the designs are better suited to a particular fit or style of necklace.

To get an idea of how a necklace length will fit we have charts for “standard” necklaces sizes for men and women. These are general guidelines based on averages but we are all built differently and so the chain lengths will fit differently for each of us. If you aren’t sure, cut a piece of string to match the chain length to help give you a general idea of the length of the necklace and where it will fall on you.

These are just guidelines. The design, size, weight and/or width of a pendant can change the fit of a necklace. If you have any questions about a specific piece and how it fits, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Womens Necklace Sizing Chart Wild and Wise Jewellery

Mens Necklace Sizing Chart Wild and Wise Jewellery

bracelets, bangles & cuffs

Measuring your wrist for an accurate bracelet size:

You will need either a flexible measuring tape, or a strip of paper/piece of string, a ruler, and a marker:

    • measure your wrist with a flexible tape measure, or, alternatively with a thin piece of paper or a piece of string just below your wrist bone, where you would wear a bracelet.
    • if you are using s strip of paper or string, mark the size of your wrist (where the paper/string overlap) with the marker. Use a ruler to measure the length.

The above steps give you your wrist size. For your bracelet size decide on the fit you would like and add the following lengths to your wrist size:

    • For a snug fit, add 1/4” to 1/2” (generally suggested for a delicate, thin chain)
    • For a more common, comfortable fit, add 3/4”- 1”
    • For a looser fit, add 1 1/4” (suggested for wider cuffs or large bracelets)
Measuring your hand for a bangle:

Determining the fit for a bangle is important because although the size may be right for your wrist, it may not fit over the widest part of your hand.

You will need either a flexible measuring tape, or a strip of paper/piece of string, a ruler, and a marker:

    • bring your thumb to your baby finger and close the rest of your fingers (as though you are putting on a bangle)
    • measure around your hand at the WIDEST point with a flexible tape measure, or, alternatively with a thin piece of paper or a piece of string.
    • if you are using s strip of paper or string, mark the size (where the paper/string overlaps) with the marker. Use a ruler to measure the length.

This gives you the circumference of your hand. You want to purchase a bangle that is slightly larger than the circumference of your hand.