You asked for pink and here it is! Think about this gem set in a simple white gold setting with a light texturing or, maybe a rose gold bezel and white gold shank to make things more unique.
The possibilities are endless.
When you order a piece of jewellery please be sure to provide me with the correct sizes as it is best if you can get it right first time. To measure your finger the best option is to come by the studio. I will be happy to meet with you. If that is not possible ask me about a measuring gauge or ask your local jeweller to provide you with an accurate size by measuring your finger or by measuring another ring of the correct size.
If you do provide me with the wrong size, there may be a resizing fee as some pieces will require a complete re-make. I will do my best to accommodate this inconvenience and provide you with the best solutions.
Tips for Measuring your Ring Size
Your finger size can change during the day – the best time to measure is at the end of the day when your fingers are at their largest. Do not measure when your hands are cold as your fingers could be up to half a size smaller than usual!
A wider band will feel tighter than a narrower band. When purchasing a particularly wide band, we recommend choosing a full size larger than your normal ring size.
Your ring should fit your finger comfortably: it should be snug enough not to fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle.
If you’re buying a gift, the best way to establish ring size is to borrow a ring of his/hers (from the correct finger) and use our ring measuring guide to determine its size.