Roman Ring (0.4 CT, 3 Diamond Slabs, KA+DIA)
This piece is 100% hand fabricated from metal plate; cut into sections and soldered together to make the hollow three dimensional form. If sterling silver, the sheet metal is made by hand. The silver is melted and rolled out into plate.
This item is made with a naturally occurring element and will vary from the photograph you see. Each piece is unique and this is what makes it special
|Dimensions:||Ring Face/Top (WxL): 10 mm × 20 mm
|Colors:||KA: Black Sterling. Black Sterling is a surface oxidation of sterling silver. This finish may fade over time, which can be considered an enhancement. Please note that Black Sterling tends to appear darker in photograph than in person. The finish can be re-blackened easily with Liver of Sulfur, available at most jewelry suppliers. DIA: Rough Diamond. The stones used in this item are cuts of diamond material that are removed from a larger chunk of diamond as they are attempting to get to the perfect diamond in the center. Each stone fragment and shape are absolutely unique.|
All sizes are US RING SIZE
RINGS are generally measured using the diameter, the easiest way to determine this is by measuring a ring you already own.
Please keep in mind the width of the ring you are ordering. The wider the ring is, the larger the size should be for it to fit as you would expect since it is harder to put on. For example, your size on a 4 mm and 17 mm rings would not be the same. The 4 mm would be your exact ring size if measured by a jeweler (or a ring measuring tool) and the 17 mm would probably be an entire size up, or at least a half size up. If you have any confusion about this it is better to allow us to help you figure it out.
We can offer ½ sizes on request.
Don't Worry About Size
We have your back and can help you find the perfect size according to your wearing preference as well as do customizations. Above are the basic measurements of this item for reference, but please get in touch for more help!
You are safe; You can exchange your item infinitely until you find the right piece.