Use the chart below to find your UK ring size. The wider the band, the tighter the fit, so if you choose a ring with a wide band (over 4mm), you will likely need to go one size up. If you don’t know your ring size you have a few options:
| The best way to find out your ring size accurately is by getting a jeweller to help. Most high-street jewellers will help you.
| Measure the inside diameter of a ring you already own and use the chart to find the corresponding UK size.
A couple of things to note if you are measuring the diameter: If you only have a standard ruler then round up to the nearest millimetre or half millimetre if you can. This is not an incredibly accurate measurement and I can’t take responsibility if the ring doesn’t fit perfectly if you use this method.
Bonnie Magpie uses Royal Mail 1st Class Tracked & Signed as standard for shipping. Our current shipping costs are:
Royal Mail 1st Class Tracked & Signed - £3
IMPORTANT: Whilst this service is incredibly reliable it is not guaranteed or insured. If you are purchasing a piece from my One of a Kind collection or your order is high value I strongly recommend using the guaranteed option below.
Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed - £6
This service is guaranteed and insured up to £500
Free for orders over £200
For orders under £200 a £15 shipping charge will apply.
Costs are subject to change at any time due to Royal Mail price changes.
International buyers are responsible for all import and customs fees. These fees are set by the destination country so please check these before you make a purchase to avoid any unwelcome surprises.
I will automatically use the shipping address you supply at checkout. Please double check this is correct as I cannot be held responsible for lost treasure due to an incorrect address.
Due to the ongoing Royal Mail strike action there are currently delays in delivery times. As a result I cannot guarantee delivery dates until further notice. I am sorry this is the case but it is completely out of my control. Thanks for your understanding.
A patina is the darkening of metal which happens naturally with time (think tarnished silver). In jewellery making we can speed the process up using a chemical compound such as liver of sulphur to create depth and contrast in a piece. As the darkening is a surface treatment it will wear with time creating a finish unique to you. The patina on rings will wear faster than pendants or earrings (hands tend to be busier than ears!) so if you want to extend the life of your patina then take your rings off when you’re washing or using detergent (actually, this is good advice for all your jewellery).