Ring sizing – Getting it right!
To help you find your ring size, we supply a downloadable ring size chart. Simple and easy to use, this will help you to shop with confidence, knowing that you are looking for the right size ring. All you have to do is download our ring size chart and follow the simple printing instructions.
Download LWSilver Ring sizer chart
LWSilver specialist ring size service
The easiest and most accurate way to find your ring size is to have your finger measured so either visit lwsilver or ask at any high street jewellers for them to measure your ringsize. If you are purchasing for a friend or a loved one, try to borrow one of their rings, preferably one with a similar width and style, and take it along with you to be measured.
Bangle Sizing – Getting it right!
The best way to determine the correct size bangle or bracelet for a baby or young child is to use a tape measure to measure around their wrist where the bangle or bracelet will be worn. Lightly wrap the tape measure around the wrist with no gaps or spaces, then once you have taken the measurement add 1/2 inch (12mm) to the measurement this will give you the perfect fit for baby or if it is a child/toddler add 1/2 inch (12mm) or 3/4 inch (18mm) depending on required fit.
Alternatively, please view the list below as a guideline for bangle sizes:
- Newborn Baby – 4.25″
- 3 – 6 months – 4.5″
- 6 – 12 months – 4.75″
- 12 – 18 months – 5.0″
- 18 – 24 months – 5.5″
- 2 – 3 years – 5.75″
- 4 – 5 years – 6.0″
- 6 – 7 years – 6.5″
- 8 – 12 years – 6.75″
- Adult Female Petite – 6.5″
- Adult Female Small – 7.0″
- Adult Female Medium – 7.50″
- Adult Female Large – 8.0″
- Adult Female X-Large – 8.5″
The easiest and most accurate way to find your bangle size is to have your wrist measured so either visit LWSilver or ask at any High Street Jewellers’ for them to measure your wrist. If you are purchasing for a friend or a loved one, try to borrow one of their bangles, preferably one with a similar width and style, and take it along with you to be measured.