Sizing your piece

We’ve created our ring and bracelet size charts to help you choose the perfect-fitting jewelry for you and your loved ones.

For your convenience, our charts below are available to you for print. Should you need any additional assistance or would like to speak with us about determining your size, our Customer Care Specialists will be glad to assist you. Please call us at (917) 459-0124 at your convenience.

If no one is available please call the founder of the company, Abeer Jain, on his personal line at (917) 459-0124. Leave your name and contact number and he will return your call promptly.

To download our guide for measuring your piece using an existing ring, click here.

Instructions to Measure Ring Size:

  1. To measure the finger of the hand on which you intend to wear your A. Jain ring, take a strip of paper, ribbon, or use measuring tape and wrap it around your finger to get its circumference. Ensure that you leave enough room for the ring to be able to slide over your knuckle as you put it on. If you are using measuring tape, make a note of the number at the point where the measuring tape meets ‘0’.
  2. Mark the spot where the strip of paper meets around your finger.
  3. Then use a ruler to measure the length from where the paper strip meets the marked spot. Make sure to measure the length in millimeters.
  4. Congratulations! You now know the circumference of your finger, which responds to the EU ring sizing rules.
  5. Choose your US ring size based on the conversion chart we’ve created below. Happy shopping!

Important Notes:
To accurately determine your ring size, measure your finger at the end of the day when it is neither hot nor cold. Should your finger be in between sizes, opt for the larger size.

Women’s Ring Size Chart

EU

USA

46.8 mm

4

48 mm

4 1/2

49.3 mm

5

50.6 mm

5 1/2

51.9 mm

6

53.1 mm

6 1/2

54.4 mm

7

55.7 mm

7 1/2

57 mm

8

Instructions to Measure Wrist Size for Bracelets and Cuffs

  1. To measure the wrist of the hand on which you intend to wear your A. Jain bangle, bracelet, and or cuff, take a strip of paper, ribbon, or use measuring tape and wrap it around your wrist to get its circumference. When measuring the circumference of your wrist, be sure to measure just above the wrist bone, on the side closer to the elbow. If you are using measuring tape, make a note of the number at the point where the measuring tape meets ‘0’. Please make sure to measure in inches. Once you have found the circumference of your wrist, please proceed to the conversion chart below.
  2. Mark the spot where the strip of paper meets around your wrist.
  3. Then use a ruler to measure the length from where the paper strip meets the marked spot. Make sure to measure the length in inches.
  4. Congratulations! You now know the circumference of your wrist.
  5. Now choose your bracelet size based on the conversion chart that we have placed below.

Should your wrist be in between sizes, opt for the larger size!

Women’s Bracelet Size Chart

USA

Bracelet Size

4 – 4 3/8 inches

X-X Small

4 1/2 – 5 inches

X Small

5 1/8 – 5 1/2 inches

Small

5 5/8 – 6 inches

Medium

6 1/8 – 6 1/2 inches

Large

6 5/8 – 7 inches

X Large

7 1/8 – 7 1/2 inches

X-X Large

7 5/8 – 8 inches

X-X-X Large

Instructions to Measure Wrist Size for Bangles

  1. To accurately measure the size of the A. Jain bangle for an ideal fit, use a measuring tape or ruler and make a fist with the hand on which you will be wearing your bangle.
  2. Once you have made a fist, measure the width of your closed fist with the measuring tape or ruler from the top center of the knuckle of your pinky finger to the top center knuckle of your index (pointer) finger. Please be sure to measure in inches.
  3. Compare your measurement to the size chart below and choose the closest bangle size.
  4. Congratulations! You now know the ideal A. Jain bangle fit for your wrists.

Women’s Bangle Size Chart

Width of Fist

Bangle Size

2 1/4 inches

Small

2 1/2 inches

Medium

2 5/8 inches

Large

Instructions to Measure Ring Size Using an Existing Ring

Click here to download the guide. Our custom guide shows you how to use an existing ring to measure for a new piece.