Jade Bangle Sizing Guide: How to measure to fit your wrist
Written by: Wai Yan
10 October 2017
Choosing the correct size jade bangle is crucial to ensure that it will fit you perfectly. A jade bangles is a rigid piece of jewellery and will not mould around your wrist. If the size is too narrow to fit over your knuckles, it will not fit. Though there is good tolerance from the minimum size, if the bangle is too large, it will easily come off your wrist. Measuring the size is easy, just follow a simple steps below:
Using a ruler, measure across the knuckles as shown in the picture below.
The measurement you just took is a loose/large fit bangle size that will be very easy to fit through your knuckles. There is a tolerance for fitment and doesn’t have to be exactly perfect size. For a regular fit, choose a size that is 5mm smaller than your palm measurement. You may choose upto 12 mm smaller depending on how flexible your knuckles are, without having the bangle being too small. Refer to the fitting guide on how to fit a jade bangle.
You will need to convert your measurement into millimetres.
1 cm = 10 mm
1 inch = 25.4 mm