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Premier Rings - E Komo Kai
Your rings aren't just rings; they are a punch of style. A bold expression of you-ness that talks to you hand without saying a word
Hawaiian Heirloom Jewelry
Hawaiian heirloom jewelry celebrates a rich history that traces back to the Victorian Era
1. Make sure to have your ring measured by a professional jeweler or please use a ring sizer. The image below will indicate a ring sizer which most jewelers will have in hand.
When sizing, please make sure that the width of the sizer is similar to the width of the ring you are interested in. If you are sized with a very thin sizer the wider band will be tight due to the width difference.
2. Never use a tape measure or string to measure your finger. String can stretch and paper can be easily damaged. Both methods lead to inaccuracies. Also, when you measure ring size this way, you are not taking into consideration the size the ring needs to be to slip over the finger joint or knuckle.
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Designed in Hawai'i & Handcrafted
Length x Width: 28*18mmInlay: Duo-Hawaiian Koa Wood Tungsten carbides are in no doubt one of the strongest metal used in the jewelry industry. It is approximately two times stiffer than steel and twice the density. Our tungsten carbides are also nickel free which makes it hypoallergenic for most individuals. Tungsten carbide can only be scratched or damaged by extreme measures, like abrasion from diamonds or corundum. Tungsten rings are durable enough for everyday use which will keep their original polish and shine for life.
The Hawaiian koa, which is a exotic wood that originates from the Big Island of Hawai'i. Different parts of the island yields a distinctive hue to the color of the wood. The beautiful colors ranges from yellow or greenish-yellow, through orange, brown, and red, to almost black, and hues of different colors can be derived from a single trunk. In the Hawaiian language "koa" means "warrior" which symbolizes strength, fearlessness and bravery. From the ancient Hawaiian outrigger canoes to the birth of the first ancient surfboards and ukulele, the koa wood deserves more than ever be a widely recognized as a symbol of prestige and coloring.
Note: The tungsten will contain a very small amount of nickel. The nickel % is so small that it will be hypoallergenic.
Your pendant will be shipped directly from Honolulu, Hawaii.