Special Unique Foldable Astronomical Armillary Spheres Ring 925 Sterling Silver
What if you could wear the entire universe on your finger? Inspired by German Finger Ring. 16th C. Sphere-ring that unfolds into an astronomical sphere. The Swedish Museum of History and British Museum have a collection of several armillary sphere rings that are incredibly well-crafted and detailed. When closed, they look like any other ring.
Solid 925 Sterling Silver, vintage finished. not silver plated copper/brass/alloy metals.) Band approx. 3.2mm. Engraved with astronomical symbols from the 16th century, Zodiac, Ancient Greek alphanumeric characters, constellations, etc.
Ring circumference reference: 6 US approx. 52mm-52.5mm 7 US approx. 54.5-55mm 8 US approx. 57mm-57.5mm 9 US approx. 60mm
Handcrafted, vintage finished
Actual ring shots under natural light w/o retouching.
45cm (17.70”) – Base of the neck (*for smaller neck sizes) 50cm (19.69”) – to collarbone (*most common length for average men) 60cm (23.62”) – A few inches below the collarbone 70cm (27.56”) – Just at or above the sternum 80cm (31.50”) – Just above the sternum
Wrap around your wrist using a thin flexible measuring tape, and measure where you would like to wear your bracelet.
If you don't have a flexible measuring tape handy, you may use a strip of thin paper or a thin string (be sure they are thin). Wrap and mark where it overlaps on your wrist, and then lay the strip or string flat to measure up to the mark using a standard ruler.
Custom wrist size up to 9.5" just contact us before ordering or with order number before we ship the package.
We use US ring size. To ensure the most accurate ring size, we recommend you visit your local jeweler for a professional sizing.
Wrap a thin strip of paper or piece of string around the base of the finger you want to measure. With a pen, mark the point on the paper or string where it overlaps, forming a circle on the finger. Measure the length of the paper or string using a flat ruler, from the starting point to the pen mark. Then find the matching size in the chart below.
Tips for Measuring a Man’s Ring Size:
Don’t measure cold fingers, as this is when fingers are the smallest. The best time to measure a finger is at the end of the day when the finger is the largest. Take at least two measurements for accuracy.