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Sizing

Ring Sizing

Here are two options to find your ring size:
  • To get the most accurate result, go to a reputable jeweller in your area and get your ring size
  • You can measure yourself by taking a piece of string, wrapping it around your finger and measure it against the chart below
*Please make sure you measure correctly.  Here at Taran Marlow Jewelry, we are only responsible for sending you the ring in the size you provide us with.  For rings with thinner bands, if the ring is too big it can bend, warp or worse, break.
 
Helpful Hint - If in doubt about your ring size, order slightly smaller.  It is easier and cheaper to make a ring slightly larger than it is to make it smaller.
The resizing fee to resize a ring that is too small is $25.  If you ordered a ring and it's too big, please contact us here for pricing.
Ring Sizing Chart

Necklace Sizing

Please refer to the chart below to see how each chain length would fit on.
Necklace Sizing Chart

Bracelet Sizing

Here's how to determine your bracelet size:
  • To get the most accurate result go to a reputable jeweller in your area to get your bracelet size
  • Using a flexible measuring tape or a strip of paper, measure your wrist below the wrist bone, where you would wear your bracelet.
  • If you used a plain strip of paper, mark your strip with a pen where the end of the bracelet needs to be.  Then using a ruler, measure the strip of paper.  This is your wrist size.
  • To find your bracelet size, increase the wrist measurement by increments below based on how you want the bracelet to fit
Bracelet Sizing Chart
 

Bangle Bracelet Sizing

Here's how to determine your bangle bracelet size:
  • Close your fingers together by bringing your thumb and little finger together as though you were putting on a bangle bracelet
  • Using a flexible measuring tape or a strip of paper, measure around the closed hand at the widest point, putting the tape snug against your skin.  If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark the paper with a pen, then measure the strip with a ruler.  This is the circumference of your hand.
  • On the table below, find your hand circumference.  Then choose a bangle with a diameter at least 1/4" larger than the diameter shown
CONVERTING CIRCUMFERENCE TO DIAMETER (SIZE)
7-1/2" is approx. 2-3/8" dia. (small)
8-1/4" is approx. 2-5/8" dia. (medium)
8-5/8" is approx. 2-3/4" dia. (large)