Pear Shape Color Change Alexandrite 925 Sterling Silver Engagement ring- USA Sz 11

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Product Information

Jewelry Category: Ring 

Weight: 2.5 Grams 

Metal: Sterling Silver

 Metal Purity: 925 Sterling Silver 

Style: Bridal Jewelry / Classic 

Finishing: Highly Polish 

Marking: 925

Plating: White Gold Plated 

Oxidize: No 


Alexandrite:

Quantity: 1 

Carat Weight: 0.8 carat 

Shape: Pear

Cutting: good-cut 

Color:Color Change 

Composition: Lab-Created 

Dimensions: 7X5 mm. 

Clarity: VS1-VS2

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Ring Size Chart

    Cold and hot weather, time of day, weight, diet and many other factors, tend to have a significant effect on an individual's ring size. Therefore, the most reliable technique to determine your ring size is to wear it for a couple of months under different conditions.

    If you have no idea what your ring size is, you may want to visit your local jeweler. If none of these options are available, you can use our online ring size chart to determine your approximate ring size

    Although this chart will not magically reveal your partners ring size without their knowledge, it will certainly assist you in converting from one ring size to another without making a mistake and ending up with the wrong ring size. In addition, it will allow you to figure out your own ring size.

    We use the U.S. Ring Sizing system . Below is a ring size comparison chart for the different systems

How to figure out a ring size:

1. Wrap a piece of string or paper around your finger.

2. Use a marker to mark where the string meets around your finger.

3. Lay the string flat and measure it's length either in millimeters or Inches with a ruler, the result of this measurement is the circumference of your finger.

4. Choose the circumference measurement from the chart that closest match's your circumference.

 

Figuring out a ring size secretly:

Remember, ring sizes vary from finger to finger. Try and get a hold of one of her rings that are lying around and make sure you know which finger it goes on. Make an impression in a piece of play clay, a bar of soap or use a pencil to trace the inside of the ring on a piece of paper. You can also ask her friends, they may be able to help you out. The ideal solution is to slip one of her rings into your pocket and take it to a jeweler. That is of course if you can get away with it undetected. Or you can simply ask her parents as long as you are on their good side.