FIND YOUR RING SIZE
- Wrap a piece of string or paper around your finger. Be sure to take into account the size of your knuckle.
- With a pen mark the 2points on the string or paper that overlap or meet.
- Unravel the string/paper and put it on a flat surface. Using a ruler, measure the distance (in millimetres) between the 2 points.
- Find its inner circumference on the table below and convert it to a standard ring size of EE. UU/RU/AUS
|CIRCUMFERENCE (MM)||DANIEL BURJ TALLA DE ANILLOS|
|50 mm / 1.968 inch||10|
|52 mm / 2.047 inch||12|
|54 mm / 2.125 inch||14|
|56 mm / 2.204 inch||16|
|58 mm / 2.283 inch||18|
|60 mm / 2.362 inch||20|
|62 mm / 2.440 inch||22|
|64 mm / 2.519 inch||24|
HOW TO PUT THE BRACELET ON
To avoid causing material damage, here is a guide on how to use them.
- Grab the part of the clasp that is opposite the opening.
- Turn the clasp so that the open ends are facing the side of your wrist.
- Push the open end of the bracelet over the thinnest part of your wrist.
- Turn the clasp so that the opening is in the right direction.
- Apply pressure to each end of the clasp to close it sofly.
PROTECT YOUR SILVER
All our pieces are created and detailed by hand, In order to find the optimal aspect, we use different techniques. We get the tone thanks to the oxidation of the silver, although we believe that our pieces shine more when character and personality are added when being used, the contact with sulfur and other products that we are exposed to on a daily basis, or contact with leather, chlorine, salt or even air pollution can cause the jewelry to rust. If you want your jewelry to look brand new, you can remove the stains yourself using a special cloth.
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