The sizing of children's jewellery is really dependant on the size of the child rather than the age as children do vary so much. A small toddler can have chubbier wrists than a beanpole of a young teenager!
However, below we hope to offer you some guidance. Please don't rely on this information totally, it is simply a guide. Please bear in mind the build of the child.
If you can it is a good idea to try to measure the child's wrist before purchasing. A game with a length of string or ribbon usually does the trick. All children love to be measured to see how big they are getting! As a general rule, for a comfortable fit, you should allow an extra 1-2 cm depending on the overall length.
Bracelet Sizing - A Guideline
Up to 18 months
Toddler 18mth-36mth old
Junior 3-5yrs old - 5.5inch
Child 5-9yrs - 6inch
Older Child 9-12yrs 6.5inch
6.5" (16.5cm) - 7" (18cm)
7" (18cm) - 7.5" (19cm)
7.5" - 19cm
Pandora Style Charm Bracelets
The same applies to bracelets as above but you also need to consider the number of charms that will be put on the bracelet. The more beads placed on the bracelet, the tighter it will become. For the addition of around 5 beads you should allow an additional 2-3 cm. The more beads you add, the more space you will need.
It is always a good idea to purchase a 'stopper bead' for a child's bead bracelet as this stops all the beads sliding off the bracelet when it is undone. You don't want them to lose all their beads!
Most of the necklaces featured on this site are either 14" or 16". You should find the length in the product description.
4-12 Years 12 - Teen Teen - Adult
Brands Standard Sizing
D For Diamond
D for Diamond Longer Length
Jo For Girls
Me To You
Lilly & Lotty
14 " - 35.5cm 16" - 41cm 18" - 45.5cm
14 - 16" adjustable
16 - 18" adjustable
14 - 16" adjustable
Need Help? If you have any queries at all please feel free to call us on 01474 854317
Note; We cannot recommend that jewellery be given to children under the age of 3. Many items of jewellery contain small parts and therefore present a choking hazard.
Jewellery should not be worn in play or for sleeping.
Our earrings are not recommended for the initial healing period after piercing.