Ortaea Fine Jewellery
When sizing a ring, it is worth considering several factors:
Thickness A thicker ring will displace more of your finger, creating a tighter fit than a thinner band. If you are certain of the size in a thinner band, we’d suggest going half a size or possibly a size bigger.
Temperature In warmer weather our fingers swell, in the cold they contract. A ring that fits in winter might feel a little more snug on holiday in a hotter climate. When trying on a ring consider the temperature of your hands. We recommend trying a ring for size when your hands are at a moderate temperature.
Finger shape A wider knuckle might require a tighter ring which is slightly difficult to push over the knuckle but fits nicely at the base of your finger.
Rings - Use a tape measure and then ascertain your size from the chart.
|F1/2||44||3||0.55 - 0.56||14.10 - 14.28|
|H||46||4||0.57 - 0.59||14.70 - 14.92|
|H1/2 - I1/2||48||41/2 - 5||0.59 - 0.60||15.01 - 15.28|
|J - K||50||51/2||0.61 - 0.63||15.61 - 15.92|
|L - L1/2||52||6 - 61/2||0.65 - 0.65||16.40 - 16.55|
|M1/2 - N1/2||54||7||0.67 - 0.68||16.99 - 17.19|
|O - P||56||71/2 - 8||0.69 - 0.70||17.58 - 17.83|
|P1/2 - Q1/2||58||81/2 - 9||0.72 - 0.73||18.17 - 18.46|
|R1/2 - S||60||9 - 91/2||0.74 - 0.75||18.87 - 19.10|
|U1/2||62||10||0.77 - 0.79||19.80 - 20.00|
|V||64||11||0.80 - 0.81||20.40 - 20.60|
Bracelets - Use a tape measure to take a tight wrist measurement and use chart to find the recommended bracelet size.
|Tight Wrist Measurement||Recommend Bracelet Size|
Necklaces - Please see our indication of the fall of the various lengths in the chart below.
|10 - 14||25 - 36||Fits closely to the neck, often called choke.|
|16||40||Lies loosely around the neck, can be known as a choker, chain, locket or strand.|
|18||45||Hangs over the collarbone, called a princess.|
|20||50||Sits just below the collarbone, known as a matinee.|
|22||55||Hangs above the bust, still a matinee.|
|24||60||Sits at the center of the bust, still a matinee.|
|28 - 38||70 - 95||Hangs just below the bust, known as an opera, lariat or rope.|
|40+||100 +||Extends past the navel, still known as an opera, lariat or rope.|