The best way to size your finger is to visit a local jeweler. However, in a pinch, you can measure your rings size using string. Take a piece of string and mark a point with a pen or marker. Wrap the string around the base of your finger and mark where the string first overlaps the initial mark you made. Make sure that the fit is right, meaning you can slide the string on and off your finger. Measure the distance between the two marks with a ruler in millimeters. You can find ring measurement translators online to convert your measurement in milimeters to a standard U.S. ring size.
Note that your finger size may fluctuate with temperature. Fingers can swell when body temperature rises and shrink when body temperature cools. Fit can also vary based on band size. Thinner bands fit more loosely, while wider bands fit tighter. You may also have a personal preference on how your rings fit, whether you like them better snug or loose. If you are uncertain, visit a local jeweler for measurement.
Most of Artifact Process necklaces come in standard chain length sizes of: 16", 18", or 20". If you have sizing questions, please contact me.
Cuffs are made in the following standard wrist sizes:
X-small: 6" or less
All cuff sizes are approximate. To find your fit, use a soft measuring tape and measure directly around your wrist.