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Depending on the design, each bangle or bracelet will fit tighter or more loose, so the measurements below should guarantee a perfect fit.

For bracelets generally, the size depends in the wrist measurements.

Please measure your wrist tightly as indicated in the picture.

If you don’t have a tailor’s measuring tape at hand, please use a strip of paper or a ribbon instead, mark the wrist circumference on it and measure afterwards lying flat.



It is best to have your ring size measured at a jeweler with a professional ring measuring tool.

If there is no chance to have the ring size measured professionally, please contact us and we can send you a ringsizer.

To measure with this, please follow the instructions below:

Wrap the ringsizer around the base of your finger and pull the end through the slot. Through the magnifying glass your ring size is shown. For a precise measurement, the tape measure should sit comfortably on the finger. To guarantee a perfect fit, pull the strap only as tight as you can still move the ringsizer over the joint of your finger.



When taking your finger measurement, make sure you do it a few times over a period of a day or so in order to gauge an accurate size. Your fingers react to warm and cold environments, do not measure your fingers when they are cold or wet as they might be smaller than usual.

The fingers of right and left hand have usually different sizes – depending on whether you are left-handed or right-handed.

An easy alternative is to measuring the inner diammeter of a ring you already have.

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