The following sizing guide has been provided by John Hardy. If you have any sizing questions at all, please call us at 866-362-5787. We can help you select the perfect gift with the perfect fit.

>   Bracelets and cuffs

How to measure

Measure the circumference of the wrist at the area above the wrist bone.

Compare the measurement to the chart and choose the bracelet size that corresponds to the measurement. Choose the larger size should your measurement fall between two sizes.

Fit preference

John Hardy bracelets are designed to fit comfortably in the upper range of the measurement. If your wrist measurement is 6.0”, a size Small will fit comfortably. If you prefer a looser fit, a size Medium is also suitable.

John Hardy Bracelet Size Guide

>   Chain bracelets and necklaces

How to measure

Measure the circumference of the wrist at the area above the wrist bone.

Compare the measurement to the chart and choose the bracelet size that corresponds to the measurement. Choose the larger size should your measurement fall between two sizes.

John Hardy ChainGuide

>   Bangles

How to measure

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 a measuring 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 chart.

John Hardy Cuff Guide

>   Rings

Narrow/Band Rings

Narrow/band rings should fit snugly at the base of the finger but also wide enough to fit the widest part of the finger.

Wide Rings

Should be worn a bit looser than narrow/band rings.

Coil Rings

May expand or stretch over time.

John Hardy Ring Guide

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