Labradorite (the color and shape may vary from stone to stone) accompanied by small diamond. The body of the ring (D-shaped wire) measures 1,3 mm in height and 1 mm in thickness.
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You don’t know your ring size? Here’s my trick! You simply need a piece of string, a marker and a small ruler.
1. Wrap the piece of string (non-stretch!) around your finger, where the ring should come. Not too tight, not too loose.
2. Mark the place where the two pieces of string intersect using your marker
3. Put the piece of string on a flat surface and measure the distance between the end of the rope and the mark. This is the circumference of your finger.
4. Find this measurement in the table below and define your ring size.
Is the circumference of your finger between two sizes, I advise you to take the lager size.
This tiny gem is made of massive gold. You can wear it until the end of time without having to worry it will change color. Great news, right?