SilverTribe uses the inner circumference and the opening of a cuff bracelet to get the final measurement. If the bracelet has an opening, you'll just add that length to the inner circumference (displayed in the bracelet image chart) to find the perfect fit for you.
It's important to remember that some bracelets, like cuff bracelets, are not adjustable. Trying to bend these bracelets so they fit could result in damaging the bracelet or losing stones.
Instead, you can use these charts to help you use our system and find the jewelry measurements that will be a perfect fit. For example, if the inner bracelet circumference measures approximately 5-1/4", you would add that to the 1-1/8" opening.
The simple additions (5-1/4 + 1-1/8) give you a 6-3/8 wrist size.
As a helpful hint, you can take a piece of string and wrap it around your wrist, then measure the length of the string with a ruler or a fabric ruler to find your measurement. Many jewelers say a quarter inch above or below will most likely still fit, it all just depends in your preference for tight or loose fitting jewelry.
Link Bracelet Measurements
- For Lobster clasp bracelets, we measure the length of the bracelet and subtract 1/8" from the full length.
- Toggle bar and clasp bracelets, we measure the length of the bracelet and subtract 1/8" from the full length.
- For Box clasp bracelets, we measure from the start of one box clasp to the right before the second clasp starts.
Necklace Jewelry Measurements
- 16 inches: Choker length
- 17-19 inches: At the collarbone
- 20 inches: A few inches below the collarbone
- 22 inches: At or above the neckline
- 24 inches: Below the neckline
Ring Jewelry Measurements
We also offer most ring styles in various sizes. However, it's important to note that our store does not resize rings. If you choose to alter the rings from an outside jeweler, the item in question will not be returnable for cash, exchange, or credit either. Usually the sizing of rings are done before the stones are set, as they must quickly be heated and reshaped (which would damage any gemstones already set in the piece).