999 = 24 Karat-100% Gold. 916 = 22 Karat-91.67% Gold. 750 = 18 Karat -75% Gold. 585 = 14 Karat -58.3% Gold.
417 = 10 Karat-41.7% Gold. 999 = 24 Karat-100% Silver.925 = Sterling Silver 92.5% (7.5% copper). This is a great investment you can wear every day. Believe it or not, 999 (24 Karat) metal is durable enough for every day wear. This is largely due to the thickness of my rings once they are completed-1mm. The 1mm thickness allows the circle to maintain its shape as you wear it and squeeze everyday items, unlike much thinner jewelry grade 18-22K bands.
24K metal is still soft because its pure, so remember to take the ring off if you are doing intensive hard work with your hands (Chopping wood, Working on your Car, etc). It can ding/dent the top coat if you drop it on a concrete floor or if you bang it on a hard surface. Keep this in mind to preserve your investment. Q:How Large is the 1 ounce Ring. A: The finished 1oz Rings are almost 1/2 an inch wide and weigh 30grams.1 Troy ounce is over 30 grams, keep in mind these rings are slightly heavier than your standard jewelry grade rings due to being 1mm thick. A Ring you can Feel. Here is what one customer said about the 1 ounce ring. I wanted to send you a note to thank you for your awesome workmanship.
Ve been wearing your ring for about 2 months now and personally, I cannot go back to my normal, thinner standard style wedding ring. The weight of this Ring is satisfying along with knowing the metal is pure; I love it man and I wear it everyday.
Many thanks to you LOTCR! Q:Do you make smaller rings? Use ½ and ¼ ounce silver and gold rounds as well because they allow me make smaller rings.
The ½ ounce silver round can produce a ring that has a band thickness of a ¼ of an inch. The ¼ ounce rounds produce a band thickness even smaller. My other ring options and make sure to explore the pictures as most of my listings show an image with the ring on a finger. If this does not clear up your question, feel free to shoot me a message. Q:What Sizes are Available in your Rings?A: Sizes 2 -15 are available and everything in between. If you need anything outside of these specifics, just message me; anything is possible.
Q:How do I get you my size and finish options? Q:Can I choose what side of the Coin faces Outward? Either side of the coin can be presented on the outside, where it will be seen while wearing it. I pick the most popular/visual to be on the outside in the examples you see in my photos, but if you prefer something else, let me know.
Q:Do you have Finish/Polish Options? A: Yes I have other finish options. The ring will come "Retro" style as shown in the pictures. This is my own personal finishing and polishing style.Q:Do you offer Resizing-How much is it? A: Yes, its always free.
I configure the ring to the precise size you give me. To reduce sizing errors, please refrain from using the'popular' string method, please go to local jeweler and get your finger sized. If you get your ring and its the wrong size or maybe after some time it just needs a little adjustment; no problem, all you need to do is message me, send it back and I'll happily resize it for FREE and return it to you ASAP.Q:Why is one side of the coin slightly larger than the other? Remember, these rings started out as a minted round, a coin essentially.
I fold them into rings. The process I use does not involve removing any more of the metal than necessary to make the ring, in order to preserve the most detail in the final product. Wearing one of these, is certainly not the same as wearing any other ring in the world. This is due to the coin having an outer reeded edge.
When folded, this is the side used to produce the exact measurements for your finger size and hold the ring to your finger. The cut side, or the non-reeded edge is slightly larger in diameter. This is to relieve the pinching that would occur from wearing a large wide ring made from a coin. Having the one side slightly larger, allows the finger to flex under normal activity without discomfort but still stay on the finger during high activities. The 1oz coin rings are meant to be worn reeded side pointing toward the tip of the fingers for best comfort.Remember, you still should remove these rings when you are doing heavy activities with your hands like chopping wood or working on the car. Q: Do I get the C oin R ing in the listing picture above? A: You will get a brand new one.
With the exception of my custom pieces; your ring will be created from a brand new round. Once I obtain your information, I will use a brand new silver or gold round to create your ring just for you.Q: When can I expect to get m y item from you? Q: How is it Made: Is it Magic? A: My coin rings are made using a technique called -cold folding- Using lower temperatures to cause a vibrational state allowing the round be moved into a new shape but not harm its overall appearance and detail.
It is a magic of sorts. This process takes precision and the perfect combination of heat and cooling to make the alloy ready for manipulation. Very delicate techniques are applied to craft the round into the ring while ensuring the preservation of the surface details.I have refined my method over hundreds of hours of practice. My pendents, custom gold nugget rings and broaches are made from using silver and/or gold solder to permanently attach the nugget, bell or clasp to ensure they will hold up for a lifetime of wear. Shoot me a message anytime - I love to hear your comments and questions! The item "24K Pure Silver Coin Ring Predators World Pirate Money Sizes 5-15" is in sale since Wednesday, November 22, 2017. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Handcrafted, Artisan Jewelry\Rings". The seller is "thelordofthecoinrings" and is located in Newport, Kentucky. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica.