Arctic Symphony | rose gold | Melbourne
- Order number: Melbourne-US
Tailor your look with elegant and unique combination rings. The ARCTIC SYMPHONY COLLECTION, with its Twist & Change System, sets a creative highlight for an inimitable style. The rose gold colored combination ring made from pure, high quality, medical-grade stainless steel (316L), is distinguished by its clear and simple form. The rose gold colored outer ring, adorned with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS, in combination with the various inner ring designs provides a refined and unique eye-catching look.
More individuality, more personality – more YOU!
The Arctic Symphony Collection’s Twist and Change System provides a wide variety of stylish possibilities and individual creations! The strikingly beautiful inner ring design allows you to elegantly combine a selection of outer ring variants, or wear individual ones perfectly on their own.
For a combination ring, an outer ring variant must initially be chosen as the basis. Simply unscrew the outer ring and combine with a wide variety of inner ring designs from high quality materials such as high-tech ceramic, SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS, stainless steel or Milanese mesh. Please note the various ring sizes as for combinations the inner ring must be two numbers larger than the outer ring. Use sizes: (example: Outer ring size 7 + inner ring size 9).
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INTERNATIONAL RING SIZE GUIDE X
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WHICH INNER RING FITS AN OUTER RING
Please note the following special feature if you do not order a ready made combination or starter set. In order for an inner ring to fit onto an outer ring, the inner ring must be two numbers larger. You will find an overview of this in the table below.
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DETERMINE THE CORRECT RING SIZE
METHOD 1 - the easy one (diameter)
You already have a ring at hand? Then simply measure the diameter of the ring. You will find your size at the top of the international table
METHOD 2 - the creative one (circumference)
To find out your ring size, all you need is a piece of thread or dental floss or a piece of paper. Wrap it rather tightly around the spot on the finger where you want to wear the ring and mark the place where it overlaps. Measure the length afterwards. The measured millimetres reflect the inner ring circumference.
- A ring should never be too loose or too tight, so as not to restrict the pleasant feeling of wearing it. If you are unsure, method 1 (diameter) is more precise.
- Fingers can change slightly depending on the time of year, time of day and age. For example, fingers are a little wider in the evening and when they are warm than in the morning, and when they are cold. Our tip - measure your size in the evening.