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How to find
your size

Here is an easy guide to finding what your size is for your future rings, bracelets, and anklets.

A model's hand wearing Automic Gold rings, a model wearing Automic Gold bracelets, and two Line Septums on a blue background

How to find your ring size

With the help of our ring sizer, use this guide to determine what size you are. Watch video for our quick how to video:

Graphic of Automic Gold ring Graphic of Automic Gold piercing

Make sure to tighten the sizer after your knuckle for a more accurate size.

For the double digits on the ring sizer, here is a break down:

Close up view the Automic Gold Ring Sizer showing sizes 10 through 17 with text indicating Whole and Half sizes

Nose Ring Sizing

Measure from your hole piercing to the edge of your nose to find the right size.

Two smiling models wearing different Automic Gold septum rings and nose rings; Inset of two Nose Rings on a blue background Two smiling models wearing different Automic Gold septum rings and nose rings; Inset of two Nose Rings on a blue background

Flatback Sizing

Measure the length between the two holes of your piercing using a ruler or caliper. Otherwise check with your piercer for which length suits your needs.

A 14k yellow gold Butterfly Flatback Piercing on a blue background A 14k yellow gold Butterfly Flatback Piercing on a blue background

Necklace Sizing

For necklaces/chokers: Measure in inches the length of a chain you already have or use a soft tape measure around your neck to where you want your chain to sit.

Close up view of a solid 14k yellow gold Tanlah Chain on a blue background Close up view of a solid 14k yellow gold Tanlah Chain on a blue background

Bracelet Sizing

Wrap a soft measuring tape around your wrist leaving room to add one finger so your bracelet won’t be too tight or loose.

Close up view of a model's hand wearing a Line Bangle, a Bound Together, and a Custom Bracelet: Inset of a Curb Bracelet Close up view of a model's hand wearing a Line Bangle, a Bound Together, and a Custom Bracelet: Inset of a Curb Bracelet

How to find your anklet size

Once you measure the size of your ankle, measure it again, but add a finger in place to get the new size. This way, your anklet won't be too tight or too loose.

Close up view of model's legs wearing a Bead Anklet, an Essential Anklet and a Butch Anklet on one ankle Close up view of model's legs wearing a Bead Anklet, an Essential Anklet and a Butch Anklet on one ankle
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