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Anatomy of a Ring

Anatomy of a Ring

More goes into the creation of your ring than might be apparent at first glance. Let’s take a look at all the intricacies that jewellery designers and creators must explore when bringing your ring to life.

  1. Centre Stone: The most prominent stone or focal point in the setting.
  1. Head: Sometimes referred to as the setting, the head secures the centre stone in place. 
  1. Side Stones: Larger or more prominent stones, set on either side of the centre stone.
  1. Accent Stones: Smaller diamonds or gemstones used to decorate the shoulders of the ring.
  1. Gallery: Visible from a side view, the area below the centre stone. Some galleries are highly elaborate while others are minimalistic.
  1. Shoulders: The uppermost part of the shank holding the head of the ring. These are often studded with accent stones.
  1. Shank: The band or part of the ring that wraps around the finger.

Size Guide

You’ve found the perfect ring but have no idea what size you need. By following our tips and using our printable Ring Size Guide, finding out your ring size is easier than you think.

Tips for Finding Your Correct Ring Size
The ideal ring fit is loose enough to slide over your knuckle and tight enough so that it cannot fall off your finger.

Many people find that a variance of a half size or less will still fit comfortably most of the time.

Measuring your Finger
We have provided an easy way to measure your correct ring size with our Ring Size Guide

Download our Ring Size Guide here