To help make your jewellery selection easier, we have provided size guides for rings, necklaces, bracelets and pendants.

Please be aware that the information is intended as an approximate guide

  1. Rings
  2. Necklaces
  3. Bracelets
  4. Earrings

Rings

Size

Diameter

UK

European

US

Inches

mm

F ½

44

3

0.55 – 0.56

14.10 – 14.28

H

46

4

0.57 – 0.59

14.70 – 14.92

H ½ – I ½

48

4 ½ – 5

0.59 – 0.60

15.01 – 15.28

J – K

50

5 ½

0.61 – 0.63

15.61 – 15.92

L – L ½

52

6 – 6 ½

0.65 – 0.65

16.40 – 16.55

M ½ – N ½

54

7

0.67 – 0.68

16.99 – 17.19

O – P

56

7 ½ – 8

0.69 – 0.70

17.58 – 17.83

P ½ – Q ½

58

8 ½ -9

0.72 – 0.73

18.17 – 18.46

R ½ – S

60

9 – 9 ½

0.74 – 0.75

18.87 – 19.10

U ½

62

10

0.77 – 0.79

19.80 – 20.00

V

64

11

0.80 – 0.81

20.40 – 20.60

A ring should fit comfortably so that, after initially putting it on, you no longer feel it. It should not be tight or restrictive, nor should it be too loose for risk of it falling off.

When sizing a ring, it is worth considering several factors:

Thickness: A thicker ring will displace more of your finger, creating a tighter fit than a thinner band. If you are certain of the size in a thinner band, we’d suggest going half a size or possibly a size bigger

Temperature: In warmer weather our fingers swell, in the cold they contract. A ring that fits in winter might feel a little more snug on holiday in a hotter climate. When trying on a ring consider the temperature of your hands. We recommend trying a ring for size when your hands are at a moderate temperature.

Other rings: Like a thicker band, wearing additional rings on the same finger will create a tighter. We often suggest wearing a slightly bigger ring closer to your hand and a tighter one further away. This will hold both in place and retain comfort.

Finger shape: A wider knuckle might require a tighter ring which is slightly difficult to push over the knuckle, but fits nicely at the base of your finger.

If in doubt, visit one of our stores where a colleague will be able to size your finger exactly.

Necklaces

Length

Fit

Inches

cm

10 – 14

25 – 36

Fits closely to the neck, often called a choke.

16

40

Lies loosely around the neck, can be known as a choker, chain, locket or strand.

18

45

Hangs over the collarbone, called a princess.

20

50

Sits just below the collarbone, known as a matinee.

22

55

Hangs above the bust, still a matinee.

24

60

Sits at the centre of the bust, still a matinee.

28 – 38

70 – 95

Hangs just below the bust, known as an opera, lariat or rope.

40+

100+

Extends past the navel, still known as an opera, lariat or rope.

Thickness can also determine the style of a necklace, as well as the presence and size of a pendant. These are both things to consider when choosing the perfect necklace. A thicker chain will tend to be heavier and may not be suited for a very long necklace, and a low-hanging pedant will lengthen the appearance of the necklace.

Bracelets

Tight Wrist Measurement

Recommend Bracelet Size

Inches

cm

Inches

cm

5.5

14

6.3

16

5.9

15

6.7

17

6.3

16

7.1

18

6.7

17

7.5

19

7.1

18

7.9

20

7.5

19

8.3

21

8.2

21

9.0

23


Earrings

Round Brilliant Cut Diamond

Carat

0.25

0.50

0.75

1.00

1.50

2.00

3.00

4.00

mm

4.1

5.1

5.8

6.4

7.4

8.1

9.3

10.2