Jewelry Size Guide
Rings - How To Find Your Perfect Fit
Our rings usually are available in 5 sizes. You may already know the ring size of the finger you want to wear your new ring on. If so, please check the table below to find the closest match. If your size is somewhere in between, we recommend that you size up rather than down. For example, if you know your index finger is a UK size O, check the UK size column in the table and you will see that O will be between N and P, so you will be between a medium and a large table. We recommend that you choose a large.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
If you don’t know your ring size, there are a couple of nifty tricks to find out...
Option 1 - Measure the diameter If you already have a ring that fits the finger you want to wear your new ring on, you can measure the inner diameter of the ring. To do this, place your ring on a ruler and measure from the left side of the inner center to the right side of the inner center.
This measurement is called the inner diameter.
Check the diameter column in the table to find the closest match to your measurement (in millimeters). Again, if you are in between sizes, size up.
Option 2 - Measure Circumference If you do not have the right ring, you can find out the circumference of your finger. The circumference is the measurement around your finger. To do this, you will need a string or ribbon, a pen and a ruler. - Take a piece of string and wrap it around your finger - mark with the pen where the string crosses - place the string on a ruler and measure the distance to the black dot - this distance is the circumference of the ring You need to look at the circumference column in the table and find the closest millimeter match to your measurement. If you are in between sizes, size up.
- Take a string and wrap it around your finger
- Mark the place where the rope crosses with a pen
- Place the string on the ruler and measure the distance to the black dot
- The distance is the circumference of the ring you need
Check the "Perimeter" column in the table to find the closest match (in millimeters) to your measurements. If you are in between sizes, please increase the size.
Ring Size Chart
|Trendolla Size||US Size||UK Size||EU Size||Diameter (mm)||Circumference (mm)|
|Extra Large||9 1/2||S||57-60||19.2||60.3|
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Necklaces - Where Our Chains Sit
Use the image below as a guide to where to hang our necklaces. Most of our designs come with multiple positions to secure around your neck for a perfect fit. For example, the chain can be 16" long with an extra jump ring at 17" and an extra jump ring at 18". This means you can find the perfect place to wear your necklace. All necklace lengths can be found in the details tab on the project page.
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