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Sterling silver herkimer diamond chain ring This ring features a beautiful herkimer diamond, surrounded by a sterling silver belcher chain band.

The herkimer diamond is roughly 3mm x 6mm. Each crystal is different, so please bear in mind that it may not look identical to the one pictured.

Herkimer diamonds are found around New York, specifically Herkimer County and the Mohawk River Valley. Contrary to what the name suggests, they are not actually diamonds, but double terminated quartz crystals which formed naturally into stunning faceted shapes.

☽ Wulfcub jewellery is hand fabricated with metals and gemstones in the UK by self-taught metalsmith Amber Tenzin. Designs are inspired by the use of jewellery as talismans and amulets, and the significance of symbolic imagery as a tool for introspective understanding. ☾
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Sterling Silver Herkimer Diamond Chain Ring

£18.00
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A ring with a herkimer diamond, surrounded by a sterling silver belcher chain band.

This ring features a beautiful herkimer diamond, surrounded by a sterling silver belcher chain band.

The herkimer diamond is roughly 3mm x 6mm. Each crystal is different, so please bear in mind that it may not look identical to the one pictured.

Herkimer diamonds are found around New York, specifically Herkimer County and the Mohawk River Valley. Contrary to what the name suggests, they are not actually diamonds, but double terminated quartz crystals which formed naturally into stunning faceted shapes.

☽ Wulfcub jewellery is hand fabricated with metals and gemstones in the UK by self-taught metalsmith Amber Tenzin. Designs are inspired by the use of jewellery as talismans and amulets, and the significance of symbolic imagery as a tool for introspective understanding. ☾
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Size Guide

Finding Your Ring Size

First wrap a piece of string, measuring tape or a strip of paper around the base of your finger. Mark where the end of the string meets the string wrapped around the finger.

It might be easier if you get someone to help you. Using a ruler measure the length of the string from the starting point to the end mark in millimetres.

Check the measurement against our chart to find your ring size.

The best time of day to measure your fingers is at the end of the day.

Size
(mm)
UK USA
37.5 A 1/2
38.9 B 1
40.2 C 1 1/2
41.5 D 2
42.8 E 2 1/2
44.1 F 3
45.1 G 3 3/8
46.0 H 3 3/4
47.3 I 4 1/4
48.4 J 4 5/8
49.6 K 5 1/8
50.6 L 5 1/2
51.9 M 6
53.2 N 6 1/2
54.5 O 7
55.8 P 7 1/2
57.2 Q 8
58.5 R 8 5/8
60.0 S 9 1/8
61.3 T 9 5/8
62.9 U 10 1/4
63.8 V 10 5/8
65.2 W 11 1/8
66.5 X 11 5/8
67.5 Y 12
68.8 Z 12 1/2