All MurrayandMe jewellery is handmade in our Manchester workshop, our jewellery is bespoke made with our personlaised pieces being stamped by hand, so they're entirely unique to you.
Similar style bracelets and cuff bangles are created with different thicknesses and metals, which affects their length and fit. Once you have selected a piece, the best way to determine what size to order is by measuring your wrist.
Please see below for more instructions on how to measure your wrist for bracelets, cuffs and bangles.
Measuring for Bracelets and Cuffs
- Using a flexible seamstress tape, measure the circumference of your wrist by fitting it right above the wrist bone. If you do not have a seamstress measuring tape use a ribbon and mark on the point at which the two ends meet. Then use a ruler to measure the length.
- Match this measurement to the correlating row on our Size Chart, below. For example, a wrist measuring between 16.8 cm would correspond to a woman’s medium.
|Size||Wrist Measurement in Centimeters|
|Small||15.5 - 16cm|
|Medium||16.5 - 17cm|
|Large||17.5 - 18cm|
|Extra Large||18.5 - 19cm|
Measuring For Bangles
- Bangle size is determined by the size of your hand and not your wrist.
- To determine your bangle size, simply tuck your thumb into the palm of your hand (as if about to put on a bangle) and using seamstress' tape, measure your hand all the way around the set of knuckles closest to your wrist, from knuckle to knuckle. Compare that measurement to the Size Chart below...
|Size||Diameter||Wrist Measurement in Centimeters|