For bangle sizing it is best to measure around the largest/widest part of your hand when it’s in position to slide on a bangle.
If measuring is not possible then what I can say is that 17.5 cm Petite is extremely small, like for a child or very petite woman. 18.9 cm – small and (20.5 cm – medium are pretty typical. 22 cm and 23 cm – large are more likely a plus size woman or someone with a large bone structure.
Keep in mind that the bangle needs to be able to slip over the largest part of your hand
Measure around the hand at the largest part in order to ensure the bangle can be slid over the widest part of the hand. You can also measure the interior diameter of a bangle that fits well and multiply that measurement by 3.14 to find the circumference
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BANGLE SIZE
Bearing in mind when choosing your size, that you will want to go for the next size up, rather than the nearest size down. If you’ve measured correctly you should have the circumference of the hand at its smallest, so anything smaller than that just will not go on.
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Please note prices vary depending on size.
Please check US to AUS ring conversion charts to check for Australian sizes. As a guide, rings are displayed as petite, small, medium and large. I find size 7 (small) and 8 (medium) to be an average size. If unsure of your size, it is best to go to a jewellery shop to get your ring size measurement.
CONFIRM PRINTED PAPER SIZE
MEASURE CURRENT RING
MEASURING YOUR FINGER
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.
Finger size changes depending on the time of day and the weather. For best results measure your finger size:
Avoid using string or paper to measure ring size as these materials can stretch or twist, yielding an inaccurate measurement.
A WORD ABOUT RING SIZES
To find your ring size, measure your finger and then use the International Ring Size Chart to convert your size to the corresponding Australian. size. That is the size you should order.
For example, a ring size H in Australia would be a U.S. size 4. To obtain the correct size ring, you would order an Australian size H.
TIPS FOR BUYING THE RING AS A SURPRISE
Ask your significant other’s friends or mother if they know her finger size.
Borrow one of your significant other’s rings (from the correct finger) and use the ring measurements above to determine its size.
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