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Guide to finding your ring size

The Veteran ring designs 

These are offered in three common sizes.  As a wide-band ring, you may need to order a larger size than you would normally wear.  The best time to measure your finger is at the end of the day when your hands are at their largest.  

For all rings

Avoid using string or paper to measure your finger size as these may produce an inaccurate measurement due to stretching or twisting.  To check your finger size you can:

  1. Use the chart below by measuring the inside diameter in millimetres, of a ring you already wear on your intended finger.    

  2. Call our Auckland workshop to make an appointment or

  3. Ask if your local jeweller will kindly confirm your finger size.

​If you are Auckland based, we can offer you a personalised concierge service, by scheduling an obligation-free appointment. We'll meet up over a cup of coffee to discuss what you have in mind.  Let's chat to see how we can design & make, remodel or repair your jewellery design ideas.

Where to find the diameter and/or circumference on your ring.

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Guide to caring for your jewellery

Silver & Gold will naturally tarnish & discolour, as will Gold plated items.  To get the most out of your jewellery here are a few things you can do to help maintain your jewellery.

  1. It’s a great idea to remove jewellery when doing chores, manual work, showering or swimming.  

  2. Store your jewellery in its jewellery box when you are not wearing it.

  3. Chemicals will adversely react with your jewellery, accelerating the risk of damage to the surfaces. Avoid contact with industrial & domestic chemicals, jewellery baths or dips, chlorinated water in swimming & spa pools, Sulphur, lotions, cosmetics, hair products & perfumes.  

  4. Gold plating will wear off over time. If you wear your jewellery every-day this will happen more quickly. 

  5. The best method for cleaning oxidized Gold, Silver or Gold plating is to carefully use a jewellery polishing cloth. 

  6. After cleaning, rinse your jewellery under running warm water and carefully dry with a soft cotton cloth.

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