Most of the necklaces we offer can use alternate chains, with the exception of certain pendants that have small openings and require a smaller chain. We use the following sterling silver chains in our designs:
Note: Body size will determine where the chain rests on the chest. The larger the neck, the higher the chain will lay. The chain will hang lower on a smaller neck. You can also use a piece of string to get an approximate idea of length.
The average chain length for men is 20”, however longer lengths are also popular.
Our cuff bracelets are sized as follows:
Bangles need to fit over your hand, therefore fold your thumb across your hand to your little finger and measure around the widest part as shown below. Add a little extra to your measurement to give room to comfortably get past your hand. Use this measurement to compare to the circumference of our bangle sizes. If your measurement falls between sizes, go up to the next size.
We offer a RING SIZING GAUGE for $2 that is an easy way to size any finger for a standard band width. For wider rings you'll need to add 1/2 to a full size, depending on the width of the ring. Preferably, for an accurate size, go to your local jeweler and have them size your finger for the appropriate ring width.
You can also measure the diameter (in mm) of a ring you currently wear (if it’s the same width). Use a ruler with millimeters and measure across the center of the ring from left to right inside edges. The ring below measures 20.5mm, which is a 10 3/4. See our printable RING SIZE CHART (pdf opens in a new window/tab).