Size Guide

 

RING SIZE

Cut or tear out a strip of paper. Wrap the strip of paper around the desired finger. Make sure the piece of paper is comfortably snug around your finger and mark a spot where it meets. Measured the distance with a ruler (in mm); this is your finger circumference and use the chart below to determine your ring size. 

Circumference (MM) 49.3 51.9 54.4 57.0 59.5 62.1 64.6
US/CANADA RING SIZE 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
UK/AUSTRALIA RING SIZE J L N P R T V

 

ALTERNATIVELY, WE CAN HELP! 

If your size is not available, please send us an email at hello@moodd-jewelry.com and we will consider producing your favorite item in your size depending on the model.

Finger sizes change depending on time of the day and weather. Measure your ring size in the evening and when your fingers are warm. Your fingers are smaller in the morning and when its cold. Also, avoid using string or paper as these materials might stretch or twist, which will make the measurement inaccurate.

 

 

 

NECKLACES LENGTH

 

Necklaces guide

 

The best way to find the right length for your necklace is through measuring it with a string and comparing the length with a ruler (in cm). Alternatively you could also measure the length of your favorite necklace.

Tight fitting necklaces, called Choker: Choker should fit tight around your neck and are normally between 32 and 36 cm long.
Basic necklaces, called Collar: Our modern everyday necklaces are 39 cm long with an additional 3 cm extension eyelet through which you could wear your necklace up to a length of 42 cm. Upon request, we can also produce the necklace in a 42 cm length (+3 cm). This is more of a classic version, called the Princess Length. 
Chest necklaces, called Matinee: These necklaces are generally between 60 and 65 cm in length. Here the size of your chest is the deciding factor.
Double necklaces, called Doppel: These necklaces can be wrapped twice around your neck. Our rope necklaces are between 100 and 105 cm in length.

 

 

 

BRACELET LENGTH  

 

1: Measure your wrist with a flexible tape measurements or a strip of paper just below the wrist bone, where you would normally wear the bracelet.

2: If you are using a plain strip of paper, mark your size with a pen or pencil then use a ruler to measure the length. That would be your wrist size.

3: To find your bracelet size, refer to our product page for the its specific measurement listed.