Jewelry Sizing Guide

We aim to communicate jewelry sizing in the clearest and most accessible way. Ask & Embla utilizes gauge, inch, and millimeter sizing to accommodate all customers. Refer to our sizing guide for various jewelry categories. For any inquiries or additional information regarding the sizing and fit of our products, please fee free to contact our customer care team at support@askandembla.net.

Expert Guidance

Take Temperature into Account
Changes in temperature can affect finger size, so it's best to measure your ring size when your hands are at normal temperature.

Measure Multiple Times
Finger size can fluctuate throughout the day, so try measuring your ring size at different times to get an accurate average.

Use a Ring That Fits
If you have a ring that fits comfortably on the same finger, use it as a reference for sizing your new ring.

Consult with a Jeweler
If uncertain, consider a visit to a jeweler for professional sizing. They possess the tools and expertise needed for precise measurements.

Consider Ring Width
For wider bands, it might be advisable to opt for a slightly larger size. Factor in the width of the ring you're planning to purchase for the best fit.

Most of our rings are designed to fit true to size. For specific sizing guidance, please refer to the measurements provided in each ring's listing. If you are in-between sizes, we recommend sizing up, especially for rings with thicker bands, to ensure a comfortable fit. Should you need additional guidance on sizing, feel free to contact our customer care team for personalised support at support@askandembla.net
Earrings

 Earring Weights

Lighter weight — 10 grams and below
Lighter-weighted designs are suitable for wearers who prefer a weightless feeling on their jewelry.

Mid weight — 11 grams to 15 grams
Mid-weighted designs are suitable for wearers who prefer and are accustomed to their jewelry having some substance and weight.

Heaver weight — 16 grams and above
Heavier designs are suitable for wearers who are accustomed to and are comfortable with heavier jewelry.
 

Clickers can be worn on septum and cartilage piercings, as long as they are in the right size and length for you. As each individual septum and cartilage is different, please refer to product descriptions for measurements, to make sure they are suitable for your piercing.

We highly recommend attempting to change your jewelry only when your piercing is fully healed. We are not responsible for any precautions that were not taken when measuring and or changing jewelry.



Ask & Embla is proud to be the originators of the Lobe Cuff™. This style comes in a few inner diameter (drop) sizes to support different lobe thicknesses. Most lobe Cuffs are designed to have (and look best with) a snug fit. Use the guide above to find your perfect size.
Ring stacks styles come in a few inner diameter (drop) sizes to support different lobe thicknesses and wearing style preferences. Some prefer a a tight snug look whilst others may prefer a looser fit. Use this guide below to find your perfect size.
Saddle Hangers
Saddle hangers can vary from design to design, and some styles may have larger outer widths and outer heights than usual. Each saddle hanger's listed size already accounts for any wide flares, and also your comfort and fit at your gauge size.

However, please pay attention to the notes in each product description on whether the style runs large or small. When it comes to saddle hangers, some might prefer a fitted look whilst others may prefer a looser fit, especially at bigger lobe sizes. Therefore we recommend using any measurement charts provided to compare against your existing jewelry and approximate your best fit.

Hangers
 
 Hanger Weights

Lighter weight — 15 grams and below
Suitable for wearers who prefer a weightless feeling on their jewelry. Comfortable for long-term wear and will not cause lobes to stretch.
Mid weight — 16 grams to 26 grams
Suitable for wearers who prefer and are accustomed to their jewelry having some substance and weight. Comfortable for long-term wear and is not likely to cause stretching on your lobes.
Heaver weight — 26 grams and above
Recommended for wearers who are accustomed to and are comfortable with heavier jewelry. Long-term wear may cause some slight stretching on your lobes — simply give your lobes intermittent breaks if you experience this happening.