Ring Stacking Workshop

Annie Broadway Jewellery Design Studio

Size Guide


Sunday September 24th (10am - 4:30pm)

Skill Level – Beginner       No. of Classes: 1 session (10am – 4:30pm). 

In this workshop students will learn some of the fundamental skills in jewellery making as they are guided through the process of making three sterling silver stacking rings. 

Students will make the following sterling silver rings which are designed to be worn together as a stack:

  1. Twisted wire ring
  2. Textured ring
  3. Domed shape ring

Class Size: 4 maximum

All tools and materials are provided.

Morning and afternoon tea will be provided.

Please note: lunch will not be provided. However, there will be a 30min lunch break (we are conveniently located near many food outlets ).

All tools and materials are provided. Located in Geelong city centre.

*Please note: fees for jewellery making classes are non-refundable unless cancelled at a minimum of 7 days prior to the commencement date of the class.*

Collections: Classes

Type: Workshop Classes

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Ring Sizing
All of our rings are made to order therefore we can make them in almost all sizes - if your ring size does not appear in the drop-down menu on our online store or on the chart below please contact us to arrange the possibility of getting a ring in your size.
Annie Broadway Jewellery Design Studio uses the British alphabetic ring sizing system, which starts at the letter A and goes through to Z6.  To convert your American ring size to a British size please refer to the following chart:
US/Canada Size British Size
5 1/2 L
5 7/8 L 1/2
6 M
6 1/4 M 1/2
6 1/2 N
7 N 1/2
7 1/4 O
7 1/2 O 1/2
The most accurate way of measuring your ring size is to visit the Annie Broadway Jewellery Design Studio.  If this is not possible and you are unsure about what size to order, then please email us to request a free ring sizing gauge. 

Ring Sizing Tips
    When measuring your ring size ensure that your hands are not too hot or too cold, as extremes in temperature are likely to affect the measured size.  

    A ring should fit firmly over your knuckle, without being too tight and there should be no swelling around the ring.  Conversely, a ring should not be loose enough that it is able to turn on your finger.
    When buying a ring with a wide band it is always best to order 1/2 - 1 size larger.