Tanzanite Jewelry for December Birth

AAA Tanzanite Wedding Rings
Tanzanite Wedding Rings

Tanzanite Jewelry :-

In our previous article, we discussed over tanzanite gemstone, it’s binning, mining, rarity, pricing, benefits of wear and many things what we knows. Here we will discuss how can we wear tanzanite in different styles in tanzanite ring, tanzanite earring and in other articles.

 

Now the time to make tanzanite gemstone jewelry. Tanzanite is very beautiful stone in blue color. It has a far range light to deep dark blue and brown also.

 

Tanzanite is always in demand not only in Europe but in whole world. Tanzanite blue ring is a perfect gift for December born people.

 

Real tanzanite Ring you can purchase in silver lowest to highest price as diamond. Because the stone price depends not only on quality but also clarity, cut, shapes, and color. By these all calculative factors makes in price.

 

There are various tanzanite jewelries like tanzanite rings in which tanzanite solitaire, tanzanite diamond rings, tanzanite cocktail ring, tanzanite eternity band rings, tanzanite cluster ring, tanzanite halo ring even tanzanite fashion ring are developing by our designers regularly.    

 

Tanzanite use with mostly in silver and gold metal. Purity in silver is 925ss and in gold 18kt to 10 kt purity preferred by the people. But silver is very love able metal because it is much cheaper then gold and very suitable to make tanzanite silver jewelry also it is very safe metal for human skin also.

 

Silver is very attractive metal that can be highly polished. You can make any kind of finishing like mirror finish, satin finish, brushed finished, hammered finished , Sandblasted, Florentine finished and many others finishing our craftsman always trying to introduce new things.

 

Tanzanite is a birthstone of December month so we must advise to every December born to must wear Tanzanite as birthstone ring because It have many healing and astrological features which helps you in difficult situation.

 

Tanzanite can be wear with diamond and that time you can say that a perfect tanzanite engagement ring. Because deep blue tanzanite, AAA above quality looks beautiful one of kind ring in universe.

AAA Tanzanite Diamond Ring
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If you want to propose someone who born in December, especially girls, you can be gift her silver made tanzanite eternity ring to show your deep love.

 

Here you can see our approx tanzanite price with shape, average weight, stone quality range with price in $ for your help for buying lowest price tanzanite jewelry.

 

AVG. WT MIN WT SHAPE   SIZE AAAA AAA AA      A Bondi Green TZ
0.02   RDS           1.50   18 12 4.00  2.80  5.00
0.03   RDS           1.80   18 12 4.00  2.80  5.00
0.04 0.03 RDS           2.00   14 9 3.50  2.45  4.38
0.05 0.04 RDS           2.25   14 9 3.00  2.10  3.75
0.07 0.06 RDS           2.50   13 7 3.00  2.10  3.75
0.09 0.08 RDS           2.75   13 7 3.00  2.10  3.75
0.11 0.09 RDS           3.00   13 7 3.25  2.28  4.06
0.18 0.15 RDS           3.50   14 9 3.50  2.45  4.38
0.27 0.23 RDS           4.00   21 11 4.00  2.80  5.00
0.38 0.32 RDS           4.50   26 14 5.00  3.50  6.25
0.52 0.44 RDS           5.00 50 33 20 8.00           5.60            10.00
0.72 0.61 RDS           5.50 65 47 28 12.00           8.40            15.00
0.91 0.77 RDS           6.00 100 75 48 20.00         14.00            25.00
1.11 0.94 RDS           6.50 125 89 53 25.00         17.50            31.25
1.46 1.24 RDS           7.00 158 122 62 36.00         25.20            45.00
1.72 1.46 RDS           7.50 170 131 70 40.00         28.00            50.00
2.24 1.90 RDS           8.00 201 154 114 55.00         38.50            68.75
    RDS           9.00 269 215 132 65.00         45.50            81.25
    RDS  10.00  up 288 240 150 75.00         52.50           93.75
                               –                     –  
0.16 0.14 OVL   3X4    11 6 3.25           2.28              4.06
0.23 0.20 OVL  3X5   13 6 3.50           2.45              4.38
0.35 0.30 OVL  4X5   17 8 4.25           2.98              5.31
0.45 0.38 OVL  4X6   23 11 6.00           4.20              7.50
0.62 0.53 OVL  4.5X6.5   26 13 7.00           4.90              8.75
0.66 0.56 OVL  5X6   28 15 8.00           5.60            10.00
0.81 0.69 OVL  5X7 85 51 24 12.50           8.75            15.63
1.03 0.88 OVL  5.5X7.5 100 61 31 18.00         12.60            22.50
1.27 1.08 OVL  6X8 140 94 53 28.00         19.60            35.00
1.56 1.33 OVL  6.5X8.5 150 108 60 32.00         22.40            40.00
1.95 1.66 OVL  7X9   176 136 79 45.00         31.50            56.25
    OVL  9.5X7.5 192 148 87 50.00  35.00 62.50
    OVL  10X8 219 168 119 63.00    
    OVL  10.5X8.5 231 178 130 65.00    
    OVL  11X9 UP 273 210 139 70.00    
                               –                     –  
0.34 0.29 OCT   3X5   26 14 5.00           3.50              6.25
0.64 0.54 OCT  4X6   51 23 12.00           8.40            15.00
1.07 0.91 OCT  5X7 126 94 53 23.00         16.10            28.75
1.70 1.45 OCT  6X8  183 136 79 42.00         29.40            52.50
2.40 2.25 OCT  7×9 227 168 119 63.00    
    OCT  10×8 & up 284 210 139 75.00    
                               –                     –  
0.10 0.09 TRL/HRT           3.00   11 6 3.00           2.10              3.75
0.12 0.10 TRL/HRT           3.50   13 7 3.25           2.28              4.06
0.22 0.19 TRL/HRT           4.00   17 10 3.75           2.63              4.69
0.31 0.26 TRL/HRT           4.50   21 11 4.50           3.15              5.63
0.43 0.37 TRL/HRT           5.00 32 24 13 6.00           4.20              7.50
0.59 0.50 TRL/HRT           5.50 36 28 18 7.00           4.90              8.75
0.75 0.64 TRL/HRT           6.00 67 51 25 12.00           8.40            15.00
0.96 0.82 TRL/HRT           6.50 79 61 40 18.00         12.60            22.50
1.20 1.02 TRL/HRT           7.00 122 94 53 26.00         18.20            32.50
1.48 1.26 TRL/HRT           7.50 140 108 60 32.00    
1.88 1.60 TRL/HRT           8.00 176 136 79 40.00    
    TRL/HRT           9.00 219 168 119 56.00    
    TRL/HRT  10   & up 273 210 139 67.00    
                               –                     –  
0.08 0.07 MRQ    2X4   11 5 3.00           2.10              3.75
0.13 0.11 MRQ  2.5X5   12 6 3.25           2.28              4.06
0.23 0.20 MRQ  3X6   15 7 3.50 2.45  4.38
0.36 0.31 MRQ  3.5X7   17 10 4.25           2.98              5.31
0.51 0.43 MRQ  4X8   23 13 6.50           4.55              8.13
0.70 0.60 MRQ  4.5X9 51 39 22 11.00    
1.05 0.89 MRQ  5X10 80 61 31 18.00    
2.22 1.89 MRQ  6X12  140 108 60 35.00    
       7×14 & up 200 140 75 45.00    
                               –                     –  
0.13 0.11 PRS   3X4   11 6 3.00           2.10              3.75
0.20 0.17 PRS  3X5   13 7 3.25           2.28              4.06
0.31 0.26 PRS  4X5   17 10 4.00           2.80              5.00
0.39 0.33 PRS  4X6   23 13 5.50           3.85              6.88
0.64 0.54 PRS  5X6   26 18 6.50           4.55              8.13
0.69 0.59 PRS  5X7 64 51 23 11.00           7.70            13.75
0.89 0.76 PRS  5X8 76 61 31 14.00           9.80            17.50
1.11 0.94 PRS  6X8 117 94 53 20.00         14.00            25.00
1.30 1.11 PRS  6X9 129 103 58 25.00    
1.67 1.42 PRS  7X9  146 117 66 30.00    
1.97 1.67 PRS  7X10 176 136 79 40.00    
    PRS  8×12 & up 219 168 119 50.00    
                               –                     –  
0.05 0.04 SQR/Asscher           2.00   19 9 3.50           2.45              4.38
0.09 0.08 SQR/Asscher           2.50   19 11 4.50           3.15              5.63
0.16 0.14 SQR/Asscher           3.00   30 14 5.50           3.85              6.88
0.24 0.20 SQR/Asscher           3.50   37 21 9.00           6.30            11.25
0.36 0.31 SQR/Asscher           4.00   54 31 12.00           8.40            15.00
0.50 0.43 SQR/Asscher           4.50   70 46 16.00         11.20            20.00
0.76 0.65 SQR/Asscher           5.00 146 117 75 26.00         18.20            32.50
0.95 0.81 SQR/Asscher           5.50 185 148 86 30.00    
1.15 0.98 SQR/Asscher           6.00 187 150 97 53.00    
    SQR/Asscher           7.00 234 187 114 65.00    
    SQR/Asscher  8  & UP 292 224 132 75.00    
                               –                     –  
    FREE SIZE         1-1.49 100 58 31 18.00    
    FREE SIZE  1.50-1.99 110 78 44 25.00    
    FREE SIZE  2-0 to 2.99 cts 130 115 70 38.50    
  220 FREE SIZE  3 cts to 5.00ct 175 150 80 45.00    
  290 FREE SIZE  5 cts to 9.99ct 225 195 120 55.00    
  315 FREE SIZE  10 cts 19.99 250 210 125 60.00    
  320 FREE SIZE  20-50 CT 280 220 125 80.00    
  330 FREE SIZE  50-100 CT 280 225 125 100.00    
  353 FREE SIZE  100 CTS UP 325 250 150 125.00    
AA Tanzanite Silver Tennis Bracelet
AA Tanzanite Silver Tennis Bracelet

There are lots of online platforms like Ebay, Etsy, Amazon and many others are selling tanzanite jewelry online in international market but we give you guarantee that no one  can give you best quality tanzanite jewellery in lowest price.

 

Most of the time we sell our best quality tanzanite jewelry on sale up to 50% to 70%.

 

Tanzanite Earrings:

 

AAA Tanzanite Silver Lever back Earring
AAA Tanzanite Silver Leverback Earring

There are different types of earrings name containing different types of designs and number of stone situations like tanzanite studs, tanzanite dangle earrings, tanzanite drop earrings, tanzanite lever back earring, tanzanite push back earring, Tanzanite diamond earrings, tanzanite cluster earrings, tanzanite handmade earrings, tanzanite hoop earrings, tanzanite in out earrings and Tanzanite wedding earrings and many more designs of tanzanite earrings.

 

Tanzanite stone earrings are most popular gemstone earrings which made with big center tanzanite and small round diamonds.  The linking and lock position make them different then the other earrings.

 

Small tanzanite with push post or clips makes it tanzanite studs for babies and if the stone shape is different than round one is called chunky silver stud earrings.

If tanzanite stone shape just like a water drop hang with any metal part with push post is called tanzanite drop earrings.

If the tanzanite drop size is small like drop 5x3x3 mm than it called tanzanite teardrop earrings.

Have you ever heard about tanzanite hoop earring? If not then you must need to read story about hoops. Hoops are one of the best earrings ever in the world. It is one of the oldest jewelry forms in human existence.

 

Earlier it wore only by king and queen to signify the power and status. Now it consider as statement of unity and strength.

Silver round hoop earrings comes in fashion from many decades ago, and it is the most popular earrings ever.

Some people who do not know tanzanite but they have sow the stone in movie they search it as blue stone hoop earrings.

Flat round silver stud earrings are made with metal not with gemstones. It is also called solid silver earring studs.

Important : Tanzanite is dedicated stone it have hardness level 7 so you need to take care on cleaning time. Read Our article Tanzanite Jewelry Care

also you can learn Jewelry cleaning from online surfing.

Any tanzanite jewelry is just an investment because there is only one place in the world where tanzanite mined. The only reason to invest in tanzanite gemstone. Big sizes of tanzanite is much higher than our expectation. Many gemologist already claimed that big size of tanzanite are 100 times rare then the diamond. so keep it up happy shopping……Tanzanite.

 

 

Tanzanite Gemstone

Tanzanite Gemstone:

Tanzanite Gemstone is the very very rare gem has vivid blue, purplish blue and violets blue in color.

This gorgeous blue gemstone found in only one place on earth, near majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, the hills of Merelani in northern Tanzania .

Blue Violet tanzanite is a variety of zoisite mineral. It was first unearth in 1967.

Tanzanite is December month birthstone, that is the reason December born people mainly wear tanzanite jewelry.

Mineral : Zoisite
Chemistry : Ca2Al3(SiO4)3(OH)
Colors : Violet blue to bluish violet to violet purple
Refractive Index : 1.691 to 1.700
Birefringence : 0.008 to 0.013
Specific Gravity : 3.35
Mohs Hardness : 6 to 7

AAA Quality-Tanzanite-Ring

A company (Tiffny and Company) first discover this alluring rich blue and deep lilac hues gemstone in Tanzania.

Tiffany & Co is known for its interest to discover new unusual gemstones.

People like this stone due to it’s alluring rich blue and deep lilac hues.

They wear it in ring, earring, pendant, bracelet and in other ornaments. Tanzanite rings are most salable jewelry in the world.

Real Tanzanite Ring with diamond price is unexpected due to it’s different quality ranges.

Because it mined only in single location until half century ago, tanzanite are often referred as the “Gemstone of the Generation”.

Because this gemstone are likely to be the only ones able to buy.

Tanzanite gemstones unearthed in Tanzania. It is believed that the mines will be depleted in around 25 years, which means it is becoming increasingly difficult to find large tanzanite’s in the most coveted deep-blue color.

Now the tanzanite found in significant quantities in only two places. The second place is Manyara region, Tanzania.

Tanzanite gemstone firstly used by Tiffny and Co. in their jewelry designs.
Tanzanite, like other gemstone is not uniform in color.

It ranging from deep velvety blue to light purple. World’s Gemologists and jewellery designers loves working with all the hues.

The most prized tanzanite are vibrant, rich, deep blue with hints of purple. They shouldn’t be too dark but have a sumptuous blue hue.

Approximately 80% tanzanite comes out of the ground brownish in color and it is heated to burn away the muddy tones, leaving only blue, violet and pink hues.

We can say it “gently heated” rather than “heat treated”, tanzaniteis exposed to temperatures of around 500-800oC for an hour at most to reveal their blue color, while heat-treated gems like rubies often come close to melting point to achieve a more vivid hue.

There are some rare tanzanite come out of the ground blue or violet, which can usually be attributed to natural heating when the gems are still buried in the Earth.

Very occasionally, a tanzanite will display no indication of heating whatsoever, making them the rarest of all tanzanite.

The biggest tanzanite ever discovered was a 16,839-carat rough. It was mined in 2005 atMawenzi after Mount Kilamanjaro’s second highest peak.

Intriguingly, tanzanite displays three different colors when viewed from different angles.

Tanzanite show royal velvet blue color when viewed from the top, deep purple from the side and pink red from the other side.

Tanzanite Crown Ring
Tanzanite-crown-ring

Tanzanite 1,000 times rare than diamonds, eye clean, deep rich color saturation, to classify as top quality.

Fine tanzanite has the deepest, richest combination of blue, violet and sometimes even burgundy shades it also depending on how the stone is oriented during the cutting of the different facets, different variations of these colors will show.

The very finest tanzanite, the pure blue variety, have a rich, bright electric-blue color.

Healing Properties of Tanzanite:

Tanzanite jewelry have some healing properties.

It helps in segregating emotions within your body. We surely knows that everybody have their own emotions but can’t deliver them properly.

The tanzanite is very helpful to control that emotions and balance it with your daily activities. Wear the tanzanite ring you can feel the effect.

It has some unusual physical healing energies, it helps if you have skin or hair related problems.

We advise for those people who have skin or hair related problems or have some psychological issues, they must wear tanzanite in ring and in pendant.

You can wear a set also of tanzanite jewelry.

Tanzanite also helps in making your meditational practices successful.

It also improve your intuition level, sometimes you get in trouble for choosing right way. It helps to think you twice and help for select best way according to your time.

Your must wear tanzanite pendant for this situation.

If you want to buy natural and real tanzanite jewerly you can visit our website for www.jaipur-gemstones.com.

You can also contact me by mailing me or whatsapp chat.

Tanzanite gemstone hardness is 7, please read our page Tanzanite Jewelry care for cleaning instructions and care for tanzanite long life.

Diamond Knowledge

Diamond Knowledge

If you want to learn about the basics of the diamond then you need to understand 4C’s. 4C’s now the universal acceptable method for grading the diamonds.

Every diamond is unique and it is a miracle of nature, time, place and changes. Each ‘’C’’ establish the value of diamond.

Until the middle of twentieth century, no one have acceptable standard to judge the diamonds. Now the 4C’s are globally acceptable standard for describing the diamond. The 4C’s are

Cut

Color

Clarity

Carat

4C’s are the diamond universal language that can communicated worldwide regarding diamond standard and quality. Using the 4C’s as criteria, gemologists grade each diamond to determine its value and it is worldwide acceptable.

Carat Weight:

Carat is a unit of weight for diamonds, diamonds are weighed in carats that is equals to 1/5 of a gram. It is means 1 Gram=5 Carats. Diamond weights can also be expressed in points or percentages. Means each carat divided into 100 points if someone describe as 55 point of cents means it have 55% weight of a carat.

Clarity:

To know the diamond clarity you need to view it under 10-power (10X) magnification, evaluating inclusions in the diamond. Most of the diamond or you can say 99% diamonds have surface blemishes and inclusions and of course these are natural, you can say them “birthmarks”. The fewer and smaller inclusion makes less interfere in light passing through the diamond and a diamond gets its beauty from how it reacts to light.

And everyone better know the better clarity, the more the value.

Gemologists classify clarity in eleven grades:

FL (Flawless): Flawless means no blemishes or inclusions when a skilled, experienced grader see it under 10x magnification.

Some of the following issues do not keep apart from the flawless category:

  1. Extra facet on the pavilion side which cannot be seen on face.
  2. Confided Naturals which neither thicken the girdle nor distort its outline.
  3. Internal graining which is not reflective and does not affect transparency.

IF (Internally Flawless):

Internally flawless means stone show no inclusion but only significant blemish under 10x magnification.

VVS1 and VVS2 (Very, Very Slightly Included)

VVS diamonds contain minute inclusions that cannot be seen from necked eyes. Even the skilled grader can identify it under 10x magnification. In VVS1, they are extremely difficult to see, it can be removed by minor re-polishing. In VVS2, the minor inclusions are very difficult to see but slightly more than VVS1.

 

VS1 and VS2 (Very Slightly Included):

VS stones contain minor inclusions, it ranging from difficult VS1 to somewhat easy VS2 for a trained grader to see under 10x magnification. We can see small included crystals, small feathers and distinct clouds.

 

SI1 and SI2 (Slightly Included):

SI stones contain noticeable inclusions ganging from easy (SI1) to very easy (SI2) when we see under 10x magnification. In some SI’s inclusions can be seen in necked eyes.

I1, I2 and I3 (Imperfect):

These quality diamonds contain inclusions which are obviously visible under 10x magnification. These inclusions easily seen from the top of diamond with necked eyes. Inclusions effect stones durability, brilliance and transparency.

I1 grade diamonds commonly found in the retail market. This is the category mostly use in commercial market. In I2 grade inclusions are higher than the I1 and can be seen from necked eyes. I3 diamonds inclusions severe effect on beauty and durability. It is the lowest grade in diamonds.

After the I3 quality no grading system has been developed although lower grade diamonds are available in market which have many different levels. Some of the diamonds are white but surface is fully blemish. Some is clear but color is near to brown and some is clean white but cut is not proper that is why light passed away from pavilion side and it looks like dim without sparkle.

Color:

Diamonds and be found from faint yellow or brown. Such as pink, red and green are the very rare form of the diamonds. Even though diamonds are available in several different colors but most common color is yellow. The diamond color chart shows you different color shades which are approved by GIA. It start by ‘’D’’ color grade to ‘’Z’’. D represent colorless and Z end with Yellowish or you can say light yellow. These color only can be visible from the trained eyes or if you see many same grade diamonds in a packet.

The most popular color range is ‘’Near Colorless’’ because this range is more affordable the complete colorless or rare colors. Less color equals to greater rarity, increasing the value of the diamond. But natural presence of fancy color can result more cost than a colorless diamonds.

Cut:

Diamond cut is very difficult to understand, actually it depends on shapes, facets arrangement, angle proportions and finishing. The inclusion base SI quality, IJ color diamond with good cut can be more valuable than FG color and VS quality if it has not cut properly. It is the complete game of light, if the cut is good than light comes from table and it reflects every facet then comes out from other side from the table. But if the cut is not proper then light passed away for pavilion.

In below image this is the anatomy of a diamond which have

  1. Table
  2. Star facet
  3. Bezel facet
  4. Upper girdle facet
  5. Girdle
  6. Lower Girdle Facet
  7. Pavilion Facet
  8. Culet

Table, star facet, bezel facet, upper girdle facet are called ‘’Crown’’ part of the diamond and below the girdle, Lower girdle facets, pavilion facets and culet are the part of ‘’Pavilion’’.

A diamond have:

1 Table

8 Star Facets

8 kite facets

16 upper girdle facets

16 lower girdle facets

8 pavilion facets

1 culet

Diamond proportions and facets, for the round brilliant cut.

Every diamond known for their ability to transmit light and sparkle so intensely. For this we often think of a diamond’s cut and shape (Round, Oval, Marquise, Pear…..), but what diamond cut actually does mean how well a diamond’s facets inter with light. It depends on proper angle of facets. Precise artistry and workmanship are required to fashion a stone so its proportions, symmetry and polish deliver the magnificent return of light only possible in a diamond.

It is the most complex and technically difficult part of 4C’s which directly reflects in the stone’s final beauty and value.

These are the shapes of the diamond where every angle of facets have different degree for light.

Different kinds of cutting also a major part of facets arrangement. The most popular is Round brilliant cut. Most diamonds have one of three basic facet arrangements: brilliant, step, mixed.

Whatever the shape, a well cut diamond is the life of a diamond which in the hand of master diamond cutter. When he cut diamond in a good proportion, diamond is better able to handle light and spark more. Although people cannot see an actual difference in cut, they only can appreciate and recognize the beauty of a diamond.

How different cut diamond handle light:

 

You can see in above picture there are three different position of the diamond

In first position light comes from one facet and the facet reflect it to another facets and finally light dispersed through the top of the stone. So we can say the diamond has cut in good proportion which makes it value.

In second situation diamond has cut too deep, as a result some light escapes from the opposite side of the pavilion.

In third situation diamond has cut too shallow so light escapes out from pavilion walls before it can be reflected.

 

 

Ring Size Guide

INTERNATIONAL RING SIZES

 

Size in MM US & Canada Great Britain Japan France Switzerland Germany
44.1 3 F 4 44 4 14
45.4 3 1/2 G 5 45 1/4 5 1/4 14 1/2
46.7 4 H 1/2 7 46 1/2 6 1/2 15
48 4 1/2 I 1/2 8 47 3/4 7 3/4 15 1/2
49.2 5 J 1/2 9 49 9 15 3/4
50.5 5 1/2 K 1/2 10 50 1/4 10 1/4 16 1/4
51.8 6 L 1/2 12 51 1/2 11 1/2 16 1/2
53.1 6 1/2 M 1/2 13 52 3/4 12 3/4 17
54.3 7 O 14 54 14 17 1/4
55.6 7 1/2 P 15 55 1/4 15 1/4 17 3/4
56.9 8 Q 16 56 1/2 16 1/2 18
58.2 8 1/2 R 17 57 3/4 17 3/4 18 1/2
59.4 9 S 18 59 19 19
60.7 9 1/2 19 60 1/4 20 1/4 19 1/2
62 10 T 1/2 20 61 1/2 21 1/2 20
63.3 10 1/2 U 1/2 22 62 3/4 22 3/4 20 1/2
64.5 11 V 1/2 23 64 24 20 3/4
65.8 11 1/2 W 1/2 24 65 1/4 25 1/4 21
67.1 12 Y 25 66 1/2 26 1/2 21 1/4
68.3 12 1/2 Z 26 67 3/4 27 3/4 21 3/4
69.6 13 27 69 29 22

 

Use a pen to mark the point on the string where the end meets.
To determine your ring size, do the following:

Use a millimeter ruler to measure the string.

Choose the closest measurement to the chart above to find your ring size.

Tips for best results:

Allow enough room to accommodate your knuckle.

Bear in mind, different fingers on the same and the opposite hand may have

different sizes. Therefore, measure the specific finger on which you are

planning to wear the ring.

Measure your finger at the end of the day when your finger is likely to be

largest.