The dimensions of each piece are listed in each product's details, however, the size of some items may need additional explanation so that you can be confident that you are purchasing the right size for you.
If you do not know you ring size we would recommend that you use the guide to UK ring sizes on the right or have it professionally ascertained. Here are some tips on measuring your ring size:
The best time of day to measure your ring size is in the evening. Most people’s fingers tend to be larger in the evening and slimmer in the morning.
If you are choosing a ring with a deep bandwidth, it may feel tighter so you may need a slightly larger size. Rings with large stones may also ‘lift up’ when they are laid on their side, so you may also need a larger size.
Fingers can react to temperatures. When it's warm, they tend to swell and when it's cold, they will shrink. Avoid measuring your ring size on a particularly cold or warm day.
If you are between two sizes, it is always advisable to go up a ring size.
The dominant hand tends to be a little bigger, so if you are right-handed, for example, the third finger on your right hand may have a slightly larger ring size than your left hand.
Other factors that can affect ring size include exercising, water retention, pregnancy, ageing and weight change.