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Sizing: The Perfect Ring
The perfect ring must have the perfect fit. You can use our size guide below once you have measured your finger using some advice from our experienced jewelers. This will make sure you have a ring that is made for your finger alone.
Firstly, make sure to measure at the right time of day. Your fingers get a little bigger towards evening time, so try not to measure in the morning. Night time is best. Also make sure your hands are warm, as temperature can also affect their size. If you are hoping to wear a thicker band of ring, make sure to go up a full size, as these designs tend to have a tighter fit than slimmer bands. It is important to measure the finger on which you intend to wear the ring for the most suitable fit.
You can easily do this at home using a slim strip of paper and a pencil. Simply encircle your chosen finger so the paper strip snugly fits around it. Make a mark with your pencil where the paper touches.
Lay the paper strip flat and measure it with a ruler or measuring tape (make sure to do this in millimeters) and then divide the result by 3.14. Use our helpful chart below to source your size.
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This unconventional piece showcases our designer's original metal texture and a novel gemstone setting method, a daring invention by German Kabirski – something you won't find anywhere else. The raw, natural pink spinel gemstone set is connectedsilver to the side of the ring with a precioius "belt", adorned with natural round-cut rhodolite garnets. This ring is a singular designer creation with collectors' value, so wear it like a badge of honor!
Stones Rough Pink Spinel, Rhodolite Garnet
Plating Black Rhodium
Width 22 mm
Band wide 4 mm
Length 25 mm
Weight 17.04 g
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