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Before you begin taking your measurements, here are a few tips to help you get the most accurate sizing when finding your ring measurement. 

◈Our dominant hands are generally slightly larger — make sure you measure the intended finger on the correct hand.

◈Rings with wider bands will fit a bit tighter. If you plan to measure one of your existing rings, try to measure one with a similar width band to the ring you want to purchase.

◈Make sure your finger is at normal body temperature — fingers can shrink or expand when hot or cold.

◈Your fingers tend to change size throughout the day — the best time to measure your finger is at the end of the day.

◈If your knuckle is bigger, take two measurements and choose a size in between — rings need to fit over the knuckle but not be too loose or it will shift around.

Find Your Necklace and Pendant Length

The Long and the Short of It

Necklaces vary by chain length. The circumference of your neck and size of the pendant will impact how your necklace sits on its own and with other styles.

1. Measure and cut a piece of string to the same length as the necklace you’re eyeing.

2. Place it around your neck to see where it falls—the key to layering is striking the right balance. Consider the size and shape of the pendant.

3. Repeat the process to see how necklaces of different lengths may look together. 

Find Your Ring Size

The Hands-on Method

Found the perfect ring?Follow these instructions to find your perfect size.

1. Grab a tape measure, length of string or strip of paper. 

2. Wrap it around the finger you’ll wear your ring on—if you’re creating a ring stack, consider where on your finger the ring will sit—and mark the place where it joins. 

3. Lay your string or paper strip on a flat surface and use a ruler to measure the length up to the mark. Use the chart above to match the measurement to the closest Hiamond ring size. 

Measure an Existing Ring

A helpful method if you’re surprising someone with a gift or treating yourself.

1. Choose a ring that already fits your finger well. 

2. Measure the interior diameter of the ring in millimeters (mm).

3. Use the measurement chart above to match the size of your ring to the closest Hammond size in mm. 

Find Your Bracelet Size

It’s All in the WristSize your cuffs and bangles to fit snugly, and your link and chain bracelets with a touch of breathing room to allow for movement.

1. Grab a tape measure, length of string or strip of paper.

2. Wrap it around the wrist you’ll wear your bracelet on. Mark the place where it joins. Creating a stack? Measure where on your arm you’ll wear each bracelet.

3. Lay your string or paper strip on a flat surface and use a ruler to measure the length up to the mark. Refer to the Tiffany size chart above.

Hiamond Gifting Tips

◈If you’re between sizes, go for the larger size of a ring or bracelet—it’s easier to size down than size up. 

◈Hoping to surprise someone? Bring one of their jewelry picture pieces to a Hiamond and our dedicated team will help you find the right fit. 

◈Size is personal. You can always connect with a Hiamond sales professional virtually for one-on-one assistance.