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Personalised Gold Rings For Kids

The beauty of kids jewellery is the vast range of available options, which is made even better by customisation. Each child is unique, so it is only obvious that their likes & dislikes and tastes in different things vary. Thus, if you want to gift your child a present that will truly WOW them, then browse through our collection of gold rings for girls and boys and purchase one that best suits their personality.

Gold rings are ideal for children of all ages. However, they are best suited for kids age 6-year and above. Gold rings are a piece of no-fuss jewellery that can be worn on special occasions and goes well with most outfits. Our broad range of gold ring designs for girls and boys include initial ring, butterfly ring, crown ring, cupcake ring, evil-eye initial ring, oyster ring, among others. Being a customised kids jewellery brand, we can also design personalised rings for kids that include your kid’s favourite colour.

Apart from offering customised kids rings online, our vast collection includes customised necklaces and pendants, bracelets and earrings, lapel pins and brooches, and kurta buttons and nazariyas. With the multitude of ring designs and patterns to choose from, one of the easiest ways to get your child something truly distinctive is to opt for the customised version. So, check through our list of ready-made rings for kids and make a purchase. Or best yet, send us your requirement, and we’ll design the perfect ring that will dazzle your kid.


Kids rings are mostly available in size 1/2 – 4 1/2 (12mm up to 15.3mm). To measure the ring size:

  • Take a piece of string (not thread as it tends to extend) and wrap it around the child’s finger. Make sure the string is not too tight or loose.
  • Cut the string and measure it with a millimeter ruler. The measurement obtained is the inside diameter of the ring.
In most cases, a 1/2 size ring is for infants, size 1 and 2 for toddlers (1-4years), size 2 1/2 is for 3-6 years and so on.

Most parents prefer the ring on the middle finger for a tight fit. But, there is no hard and fast rule. You can let your child wear the ring however they prefer it.