As you'll see, I tend to make a lot of rings and bangles that are pre-sized, but I can also make something for you to order*, in your size.  Please let me know if you need any help or advice with this - it's always a good idea to talk through exactly what you'd like and how you'd like it to fit.

If you'd like to have something made to size, you can of course visit a high street jeweller and check your ring size with them.  Or you can ask someone else to measure it for you using a tape measure. 

 

But if you don't want to venture out or ask a friend, please find a technique below, which you can use yourself at home.

 For this, you will need:

  • A piece of paper

  • Scissors (or you can tear, if you're good at tearing!)

  • Sticky tape

  • A pen or pencil

  • A ruler​

  1. Cut the paper into a strip, roughly twice the length of your little finger.

  2. Cut a piece of sticky tape and stick it onto one end of the strip of paper

  3. Wrap the paper around the knuckle of the finger you need to measure for a ring or around the widest part of your hand if you need to measure for a bangle. It should feel comfortable - not too tight or too loose

  4. When it feels snug, but comfortable, press the sticky tape onto the other end of the strip. You should now have a complete ring sitting on your knuckle (or hand, for a bangle).

  5. Take it on and off a few times, just to make sure it's not too tight/loose

  6. With your other hand, using the scissors, cut through the paper (away from the sticky tape joint to avoid dislodging it)

  7. You now have a flag paper ring or bangle.  Measure the length of it in millimetres or centimetres

  8. Send that measurement to me, with your order and I will make your jewellery to that size

*please note that made-to-order items will take longer to deliver, as they need to be made from scratch