HANDMADE & ONE OF A KIND
Each piece is handmade by me in Dubbo NSW Australia. You truly are getting a one of a kind piece of jewellery since no two pieces are created exactly the same.
FINDING YOUR RING SIZE
I highly recommend finding your correct ring size before placing your ring order as there are resizing fees.
Another great method to help you find your ring size would be visiting your local jewellery store or me at my next market. Most jewellery stores will size your finger for free and I always have my ring sizers with me at markets.
Buying jewellery online can seem difficult, however it’s easier than you think! To help you determine your ring size, we have included several tools below and a conversion chart if you need it as the systems for ring sizing vary around the world.
Depending on where in the world you are from, ring sizes can be expressed in letters or numbers or it could be in diameter or circumference measurements and some systems add quarter and half sizes...just to confuse everyone.
We use the alphabetical scale, which is the UK/Australian way.
If you use one of the other systems, you can use the conversion chart below as a guide to find the closest size in our scale.
|UK/Australia||USA||Diameter||Circumference in mm|
CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE SIZING
If you don’t know your ring size, there are a couple of things to consider before measuring your finger. Hands are often affected by factors such as time of day and the weather. On hot days our fingers can swell slightly and rings can be difficult to get on and off whereas they may feel loose on cold days. Generally it is recommended to measure your finger towards the end of the day when it tends to be at its largest and avoid doing it in the morning or when it is cold. The variation can be a whole ring size. You also need to consider the width of the ring band and if it is a wide band, you should allow for a larger size, anything from a half to a full size extra.
RESIZING AND REPAIRS
I am happy to provide repairs due to production fault free of charge. I ask if you receive an item that is defective or damaged, you contact me and we can arrange repairs.
If you damage an item, please get in contact to see if I am able to repair. If I am able to repair your item I will provide a quote for the cost of repair.
Other repairs, such as ring resizing or chain lengthening, typically involve a charge.
Repair requests can be submitted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
By definition bespoke is an adjective for anything commissioned to a particular specification. It may be altered or tailored to the customs, tastes, or usage of an individual purchaser.
I love the opportunity to create bespoke jewellery because it is a way for me to personally get to know you and hear your stories.
Contact me via email to discuss your specific needs.