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A beautiful and unusual, handmade Turquoise silver ring with a spiral design.
A stunning, gently hammered silver with spiral design ring. A timeless, wide turquoise silver ring, adjustable, therefore can be worn on any finger. Makes the perfect everyday ring.
The perfect gift idea as no need to work out the size! This has always been one of Charlotte's Web's most popular rings.
Handmade and fair trade. Charlotte's Web produce all our jewellery in India. We spend a lot of time working closely with local artisans, choosing all our own raw materials creating good value, high quality jewellery.
All of our jewellery comes in tissue paper and a pretty white star design organza pouch.
Choose from brass or silver spiral detail.
A medium size P adjustable ring - can be gently moved and comfortably adjusted to sizes, N to R
N - Circumference 54mm, diameter 17.4mm - Small
O - Circumference 55mm, diameter 17.5mm - Medium
P - Circumference 56mm, diameter 17.8mm - Medium
R - Circumference 58mm, diameter 18.5mm - Large
We have done the best to make the Charlotte's Web ring sizes measuring guidelines as simple and accurate as possible.
Please note: All sizes are approximate as the rings are all handmade.
All Silver is Sterling Silver 92.5 % and Gilson's Turquoise stone.
To keep clean we recommend using a silver polishing cloth.
Please note: Brass will inevitably dull up with time, the ring can be polished with a silver cloth or silver dipped for a shiny effect.
Total length of ring on finger: 2.5cm
Measuring your ring size:
Measuring diameter:This is the easiest method but only works if you have a ring that already fits the same finger that you would like the ring for. Use a ruler to measure across the INSIDE EDGE of the ring in centimetres.
Measuring circumference: Use a measuring tape no wider than (2cm). Do not use a piece of string or thread as this will follow your finger too closely and record an incorrect size. Measure the circumference of your finger by wrapping the measuring tape around your finger, making sure it slides easily over the knuckle. Using a pen, mark the tape at the point where it overlaps. Now measure the length in centimetres from the start of the tape to the pen mark.