All Ouros jewelry is artisan-crafted, our pieces are one-of-a-kind and unique. Similar style bracelets are created with different gauges and different materials, which affects their length. Once you have selected a piece, the best way to determine what size to order is by measuring your actual wrist. Please see below for more instructions on how to measure your wrist for bracelets, cuffs, coils, and bangles.
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All Jewelry Sizer Includes Rings, Bangles, Necklace
If you want to measure your right measurement of Rings, Bangles, and Necklaces then refer this page and it clears your all questions in easy way. If you can't measure your Ring Size, Bangle Size, and Necklace Length then you can tell us your doubts before purchasing from us and we solve your doubts.
Measuring for Bracelets, Bangles and Cuffs
Here is a chart that will help you determine your size of bangle. To measure your hand, you will need a strip of paper/tape/string and a ruler. Touch your thumb to the little finger and measure the part of your hand that is widest as indicated in the picture.
Cut a piece of string long enough to comfortably measure your hand.
Touch your thumb to your little finger and measure the widest portion of your hand with string and mark the meeting points.
Use a ruler to measure the length of the string.
Ring size Chart
Before you begin taking your measurements, pick the finger on which you want to wear your ring. Take a thin piece of paper, string or thread
Measure the circumference of the finger you are going to wear the ring in (The length of the string = circumference of the finger)
Use the table below to match the circumference of the finger with the Ring Size. To determine your ring size in all countries, open our Ring Size Conversion Chart for MM or Inches.
Special Note for Measuring Ring Size:
Measure in the Evening: Preferably, measure your ring size in the evening (as your fingers are slightly smaller in the early morning, and in cold weather).
Measure At least Twice: Measure twice to make sure that you took the correct measurement.
There are a few environmental and physical factors that should be taken into consideration before deciding on the size of the ring you want to buy, but remember that when it comes to guessing your partner’s ring size, guess on the large side as it’s easier to size a ring down.
Thicker ring bands (larger than 6mm) will fit tighter. It is advised to always go for half a size up when purchasing a thicker band, for the ring to be comfortable.
Please note that the information in the guide is provided for guidance only and Ouros Jewels is not responsible for any errors that occur as a result of using this guide.