Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Irina Amethyst ring
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Irina Amethyst ring
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Irina Amethyst ring
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Irina Amethyst ring
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Irina Amethyst ring
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Irina Amethyst ring

Ring Irina Amethyst

2.157,00

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“You miss like purple in the air among the shades of a sunset.” – p_episcopo, Twitter

Additional information

Material

Rose Gold 18 Kt.

Gems

Diamonds 0.07Kt (total weight) brilliant round cut. Amethyst Quartz 5.5Kt faceted round cut. From Brazil.

Size

10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

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THE AMETHYST

THE AMETHYST

Transparent quartz in various shades of purple, it is the most precious variety of quartz used in jewelry. In the Middle Age they said that the amethyst encouraged celibacy and symbolized piety. Used to ornament churches, it was considered the stone of the bishops, who still wear amethyst rings. The most important deposits are in Brazil and Madagascar. Its name derives from the Greek amethystos which means “not drunk”. In fact, amethyst was considered a strong antidote against drunkenness and still today it symbolizes sobriety.

CARE AND COURTESY

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Whenever a customer buys a Silvia Kelly jewel online, it is as if he bought it personally from one of our dealers.

Do not hesitate to communicate your wishes. We will be happy to fulfil your peculiar requests for packaging and shipping.

Size Guide for Rings


Fingers tend to become smaller in colder temperatures.
Indeed, we advise you to measure fingers at the end of the day, when they are largest.

 

  • Take a length of string or cut a strip of paper no more than 1cm wide (a slightly less than half an inch)
  • Wrap it around the largest part of your finger
  • Use a pen to mark the point on the string or strip of paper where it forms a circle
  • Pick the marked strip or string of paper on a flat surface
  • Using a ruler, measure the distance from the end of the string or paper to the mark you make
  • Compare your measurement with the chart below to determine your ring size
 

If your size is between two sizes or if you are unsure of your size, opt for the largest of the two.

Measurement (mm)European ring size*USA & UK ring sizeJapanese ring size
13,06411 ¾1
13,38422 ¼2
13,69432 ½3
14,014434
14,33453 ¼5
14,65463 ¾6
14,974747
15,29484 ½8
15,61494 ¾9
15,92505 ¼10
16,24515 ¾11
16,5652612
16,88536 ¼13
17,2546 ¾14
17,52557 ¼15
17,83567 ½16
18,1557817
18,47588 ¼18
18,79598 ¾19
19,1160920
19,43619 ½21
19,75621022
20,066310 ¼23
20,386410 ¾24
20,7651125
21,026611 ½26
21,346711 ¾27
21,666812 ¼28
21,976912 ½29
22,29701330
22,617113 ¼31
22,937213¾32

 

*corresponding to the finger circumference (mm)