At Shumakolowa Native Arts we specialize in handcrafted one-of-a-kind works of art. We work with some of the top jewelry artists in the field today, and these artists are known for their high-end original jewelry pieces. They create one-of-a-kind jewelry worksthat do not always have standard sizes. We try to offer as much sizing information as we can on the product detail page, but please feel free to contact us if you’d like to find out more about the size of a particular piece.
In some cases, a piece of jewelry may be resized.For questions about resizing, please contact us. Please note that much of our jewelry, including inlay styles, cannot be resized due to the arrangement of gemstones and design.
To determine your ring size, wrap a flexible tape measure or piece of string around the base of your finger. Mark where the ends meet then measure that length against a ruler. Use the chart below to determine your ring size. Please note that most artists we partner with create one-of-kind jewelry and their rings are generally only available in a single size. Please contact us [insert link] to inquire about resizing or custom orders.
Ring Size (US)
For cuff bracelets we generally provide the following measurements on the product detail page: width (measuring across the top of bracelet), inside circumference (measuring from one end around to the other, and opening (measuring the open space between the two cuff ends).
Bracelet Width - Take cloth measuring tape and measure the width of bracelet across the top of bracelet.
Bracelet Inner Circumference - Align measuring tape from end to end of the inside of bracelet making sure that the tape lays flat against the bracelet.
Bracelet Opening – Measure the open space between the ends of the bracelet.
To determine what size cuff bracelet will fit you best, measure your wrist use a tape measure or piece of string. Add at least 1/2” to your wrist size to determine your bracelet size, or more if you prefer a roomy fit. If a bracelet has a 6” circumference and a 1” opening, we would recommend this bracelet for a size 6-1/2” wrist. Please keep in mind that fit varies widely with design.
At Shumakolowa Native Arts, we want you to find a handcrafted work of jewelry that is beautiful, wearable and just the right fit for you. For more assistance with sizing, please call Customer Service at (505) 724-3506.