Steel Horse Jewelry Sizing Guide

Steel Horse Jewelry Sizing Guide

Welcome to our sizing guide. Whether you're looking to find the perfect fit for a new piece or need to determine the right size for a gift, this guide will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed choice. We'll walk you through the simple steps to measure your ring, necklace, and bracelet sizes at home, ensuring that your Steel Horse Jewelry fits perfectly and feels comfortable. Let's get started.


Find a String or Paper Strip: Get a piece of non-stretchable string, dental floss, or a thin strip of paper about 4 inches (10 cm) long.

Wrap Around Finger: Wrap the string or paper strip snugly around the base of the finger you want to measure. Make sure it's tight enough to stay in place but not so tight that it cuts off circulation.

Mark the Spot: Use a pen or marker to mark the point on the string or paper where it overlaps, forming a complete circle around your finger.

Measure the Length: Lay the string or paper strip flat and use a ruler to measure the distance from the end to the mark you made. Measure in millimeters for greater accuracy.

Find Your Ring Size: Compare the measurement to the ring size chart below to find your ring size. If your measurement falls between two sizes, it's usually best to choose the larger size for a more comfortable fit.

                                                US RING SIZE                                                                    DIAMETER (MM)


Measure Your Neck: Use a flexible measuring tape to measure the circumference of your neck.

Decide on Length: Determine the desired length for your necklace. Standard lengths for women are 16 inches (choker), 18 inches (princess), and 20 inches (matinee). For men, standard lengths are 20 inches (collarbone), 22 inches (slightly below the collarbone), and 24 inches (a few inches below the collarbone).

Adjust for Pendant: If you plan to add a pendant, consider its size when choosing the length of your necklace. A larger pendant may require a longer chain.


Measure Your Wrist: Use a flexible measuring tape to measure the circumference of your wrist just above the wrist bone.

Add Length for Comfort: Add 1/2 inch to 1 inch (1.3 cm to 2.5 cm) to your wrist measurement for a comfortable fit. This will be your bracelet size.

Consider Style: If you prefer a looser fit or if the bracelet style is wide or chunky, you may want to add more than 1 inch to your wrist measurement.


Measure your finger, wrist, and neck at the end of the day when they are likely to be at their largest.

For a more accurate measurement, wrap the measuring tape snugly but not too tightly.

If you're between sizes, choose the larger size for a more comfortable fit.

Remember that these are general guidelines, and individual preferences may vary.

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