Sizing Your Bracelet
To obtain your appropriate size, use a cloth tape for measuring the wrist area where you most prefer to wear your bracelet. Or, if you like, you can also use a string, mark where it meets on your wrist and lay it out next to a ruler or tape measure to obtain the correct size. This measurement is your total wrist size. All bracelets are designed with an open space. For measurement accuracy, the size of this opening needs to be subtracted from your total wrist size.
The table shown below is a general guide that may help assist you in better determining your correct bracelet size. Please note wide sized bracelets may require a slightly larger size than suggested in order to obtain the most ideal fit. For example, a 5 ¾” wrist size may be better fitted with a large-sized bracelet.
Small Wrist Size: 4 ½” to 5” – ¾” opening = 3 ¾” to 4 ¼” Bracelet Size
Medium Wrist Size: 5 ¼” to 5 ¾” – 7/8” opening = 4 3/8” to 4 7/8” Bracelet Size
Large Wrist Size: 6” to 6 ½” – 1” opening = 5” to 5 ½” Bracelet Size
Extra Large Wrist Size: 6 ¾” to 7” – 1 ¼” opening = 5 ½” to 5 ¾” Bracelet Size
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Most local jewelry stores have a “ring sizer” that you can use to obtain the correct size of each of your fingers. It needs to be noted that rings designed with wider bands for the shank (the portion of the ring that wraps around the finger) needs to be slightly larger in size than smaller-shanked rings in order to achieve a proper fit. For example, a finger requiring a size 9 on a smaller-shanked ring would probably increase to a size 9 1/8 to 9 1/4 in order to properly fit for a wider shank. Wider bands require larger ring sizes to properly fit the same finger.