Size guide

Ring sizes

At Syster P we have fixed size rings and rings that can be adjusted in size and fit several sizes.

Follow these steps to find your ring size:

1. To find your ring size simply place a string around the finger where you want to put the ring. Mark the ends where the string meet.

2. Using a ruler, you can measure the selected string and get your ring size.

Ring sizes at Syster P

  • Syster P specifies the ring sizes with the inner diameter of the ring in millimeters. For example, size 9 equals to 19 mm.

  • The most common ring sizes for women are 16.5mm (6) 17.5mm (7) 18mm (8) and 19mm (9).

  • When buying a heavier ring you usually need a slightly larger size.

  • Some of our rings are available in smaller sizes and are called fingertip rings. The most common sizes here are 14mm (3) 15mm (4) and 15.7mm (5).

  • Swedish to European dimensions for women, 6 = size 52, 7 = size 54, 8 = size 57, 9 = size 60.

  • If you are unsure of your ring size, you can easily measure the inner diameter of an old ring with a ruler that measures in millimeters. Measure the widest part to get the right size.

Necklace sizes

We have a large selection of necklaces in several different lengths.

  • Short necklaces have a length of 40-46 cm, medium length necklaces of 48-58 cm and long necklaces are 58-80 cm long.

  • Some of our necklaces are adjustable in length, in which case it says so in the product description.

  • Our loose chains are suitable for all charms, but for necklaces that are sold with a pendant, it can't always be removed from the chain.

  • If you are unsure of the length of the necklace you want, you can easily measure around your neck and compare with our product descriptions.

Bracelet sizes

A bracelet should not sit too tightly around the wrist but also not fall off when you angle your hand down.

  • In our product descriptions it says whether the bracelet can be adjusted between different lengths, whether it is shapeable, or only available in one size.

  • If you are not sure what size you have, you can measure your wrist yourself by taking a string or measuring tape in centimeters and compare with our product descriptions.