Info and Help for your Order
Ring sizes and how to measure
Measuring the finger
You can use different tools to measure your finger.
For this method you only need a piece of paper, a pen and a ruler.
- Use a piece of paper that is approximately 1cm wide and wrap it around your finger.
- Mark the point where the two ends overlap.
- Lay the paper flat and measure it with a ruler. You now have the circumference of your finger.
- Divide the circumference by 3.14 to get the diameter of your finger.
More Tips for Measuring Ring Size
- Since temperature, humidity, and exercise can affect your finger size it's best to measure your finger at room temperature preferably at the end of the day when your finger is largest.
- It feels natural to measure your finger at the part where you want to wear a ring but ensure to measure around the widest part of your finger, e.g. if finger joints are prominent.
- If you already own a ring that fits you on the finger(s) you would like to measure you can also check that rings inside diameter.
Why we care
In order to give you a well fitting ring that is just right for you we reccommend you measure your finger before placing an order. Since every ring is custom made just for you we can afford this little luxury to adjust the measurement to your size.
Rings are small so we prefer the measurment to be made in mm in order to be most accurate. Small differences in measuring can mean the difference between a ring that fits you well and that you love to wear and an illfitting ring that sits in your jewellery box unused.
Special: SOLIDLIQUID two finger ring
The two finger ring from the SOLIDLIQUID collection requires a more special measurement in order to fit you most comfortably. When you order this ring you will be asked to put in four measurements before you order. Here you can find in detail what measurements are required.
You should first pick the two fingers you would like to wear it on and measure those fingers individually. Then we suggest you measure both fingers closely together and make a second measurement with them as far apart as possible. In total you should have four numbers.
Bracelet sizing and how to measure
We offer three different sizes in bracelets: Small, Medium and Large.
The following measurements are shown in the picture below.
Small: circumference 15,5cm, width 55mm, height 43mm
Medium: circumference 17cm, width 60mm, height 48mm
Large: circumference 19cm, width 66mm, height 54mm
The circumference means the measurement on the inside of the bracelet. So in order for the bracelet to fit you this number should be 10-20mm bigger than the circumference of your wrist.
If none of these sizes seem right for you, follow the measuring guide below and enter your measurements in the custom form when you order a bracelet.
How to measure your bracelet size
Take a measuring tape and wrap it around your wrist at the height of your forearm you want to wear the bracelet.
Add 1-1.5cm to the number you measured and choose the bracelet size closest to your measurement.
You now have the circumference of the braclet. You can write this number in de order form. Don't forget to include the unit you measured in. (mm, cm, inch)
If you don't have a measuring tape on hand you can use a strip of paper instead. Mark the paper where it overlaps and lay it down flat to measure the length. Proceed as mentioned above.
With a stiff ruler you can also measure the width and height of your wrist.
There should be between 5 and 10 millimeters between the bracelet and your arm for it to fit you comfortably.
how to measure your hand for a hand chain or cuff
Before you order a hand chain or cuff we need to know your measurements. Hand chains and cuffs need to fit right in order to safely stay in place while you wear them. We don't want you to loose it because it's too big or be constrained by it being too tight.
Please measure in millimeters and type in both of your measurements when you order.
how to measure your hand:
1. we suggest you measure your hand just below your knuckles with your flat hand and straight fingers - for this your should use a flexible measuring tape or a piece of paper to wrap around your hand
2. measure the height of the knuckle of your index finger - for this a stiff ruler will be better because you will have to measure next to your hand
This page was created to help you choose the right size for your new jewellery.
If you have any questions or need futher assistance feel free to contact us.
Care instructions for jewellery
As silver jewellery tends to tarnish (= reacts with oxygen in the air), it should be stored airtight when it is not worn. For this purpose, a matching plastic bag that can be airtightly sealed is supplied with each piece of jewellery.
dry - rub with a silver cleaning cloth
wet - soak briefly with warm water and mild detergent and then dry off.
Be careful not to use hard brushes or rough sponges, otherwise the surface of the jewellery will get scratches.
We include care instructions and guides how to clean jewellery in every item description so we can make sure you have the information to take best care of your jewellery specifically for each piece.
SOLIDLIQUID - box chain collection specific notice
The box chain used in the SOLIDLIQUID collection is pretty sturdy but since it is made of sterling silver which is a relativly soft metal it can give in. So if you bend or twist it too far it can loose its shape or the links can snap like on any other delicate metal chain.
GHOSTLY - clear acrylic jewellery specific notice
Please note that acrylic is relatively easily scratched and should therefore not come into contact with rough or sharp-edged objects without protection. Especially for items with larger surfaces, it is recommended for transport and storage to protect them in a plastic bag. Rough or sharp-edged objects also include other pieces of jewellery made of metal and nail files.
dry - rub with microfiber cloth
wet - soak briefly with warm water and mild detergent and then dry off
Be careful not to use hard brushes or rough sponges, otherwise the surface of the jewelry will get scratches.