We have several metal options available for our jewelry.

Just about everything we make can be made in Sterling Silver. In addition, we offer cast pewter or brass base metal jewelry that has been plated with either .999 fine silver or 24k gold. In some cases, they have an antiqued finish. Our cast items have no lead or nickel. For folks with sensitive skin, this is important as most metal allergies are caused by nickel. 

We also offer 14K gold fill and 14k rose gold fill. 

How to measure your wrist for a bracelet:

Wrap the tape measure around the wrist on which you plan to wear your bracelet. Make a note of the number at the point where the tape meets the 0. To ensure the bracelet fits comfortably, add 1.5 cm. You can then add or subtract centimeters according to whether you prefer a loose, exact or tight fit. 

How to measure your finger for a ring:

In addition to adjustable rings we offer sized rings. If you are unsure of the size you need there are a couple ways to get ring size for yourself or someone else. 

There are a variety of ring sizers, ring size charts and other tools to measure your ring size at home. Purchasing a ring sizer online is convenient and accurate will only set you back a few dollars. We sell them for $1.00 here. If you end up buying a ring from us, we credit back the entire purchase price of your sizer including shipping.

You can also use our printable ring sizer. 

Printable ring sizer:

This ring size method is based on the inside diameter measurement of a ring that fits the fourth finger of the left hand.

  1. Print the the ring size chart. To make sure it's printed to actual size, choose "Scale 100" when selecting your print options. 
  2. Place the ring over the circles, lining up the inside edges of the ring to the circle that best matches on the ring size chart. If the ring is in between two sizes, choose the larger ring size.

Printable paper strip sizer:

This ring size method uses a tape measure approach with specific ring metrics.

  1. Print the ring sizer, making sure that it is printed to actual size.
  2. Cut out the ring sizer and open the slot where marked.
  3. With the numbers facing out, slip the tip of the ring sizer through the slot.
  4. Place the sizer on your ring finger and carefully pull taut to read the finger size.

While the printable ring size methods is fast, convenient and free, there may be accuracy discrepancies due to things such as printer settings.