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Titanium cubic zirconia ring

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This classic engagement ring is encapsulated with Circus Zirconia stones and finished off in either Silver or Gold.

Circus Zirconia is a man-made material that is made to imitate the high dispersion and reflective properties of diamonds. In fact, it is often prized as being 'more beautiful than the diamond'. 

Not only is the material 'more beautiful than the diamond', but it is also the recommended material to shop for when you are looking for wedding rings, engagement rings, wedding bands and engagement bands. This is because many believe that the price of the diamond will soon fall and lose its value completely. For this reason, it is recommended to purchase Circus Zirconia rings instead as their value will remain relatively the same.

Titanium Stainless Steel is a highly strong and durable material and is commonly used for wedding rings and engagement rings.

Titanium engagement rings and titanium weddings rings are so popular simply because the material can withstand a huge amount, is scratch resistant and is visually extremely appealing - but it is also incredibly cost-effective.


Width: 4mm
Size: 6-10
Materials: Titanium Stainless Steel, Circus Zirconia

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This Titanium Cubic Zirconia Ring is a timeless classic in a style that anyone would love.

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Size Chart
Inside Diameter MM Inside Diameter Inches USA Canada Mexico Ring Size UK Ireland Australia New Zealand South Africa Ring Size Germany France Ring Size Spain Italy Ring Size Japan China India South America Ring Size
15 mm 0.59 4 H 46.8 6,5 7
15.3 mm 0.60 4.5 I 48 8 8
15.6 mm 0.62 5 J 49.3 9,5 9
16.2 mm 0.63 5.5 K 50.6 10,5 10
16.6 mm 0.65 6 L 51.9 12 11
16.9 mm 0.67 6.5 M 53.1 13,5 13
17.2 mm 0.68 7 N 54.4 14,5 14
17.8 mm 0.70 7.5 O 55.7 16 15
18.1 mm 0.71 8 P 57 17 16
18.5 mm 0.73 8.5 Q 58.3 18,5 17
19.1 mm 0.75 9 R 59.5 20 18
19.4 mm 0.76 9.5 S 60.8 21 19
19.7 mm 0.78 10 T 62.1 22,5 20
20.4 mm 0.79 10.5 U 63.4 23,5 22
20.7 mm 0.81 11 V 64.6 25 23
21.0 mm 0.83 11.5 W 65.9 26 24
21.6 mm 0.84 12 X 67.2 27,5 25
22.0 mm 0.86 12.5 Y 68.5 29 26
22.3 mm 0.87 13 Z 69.7 30 27
22.9 mm 0.89 13.5 Z+2 71 32 -
23.2 mm 0.91 14 Z+3 72.3 33 -
23.6 mm 0.92 14.5 Z+4 73.6 34,5 -
24.0 mm 0.94 15 Z+5 74.8 35 -

 

Global Ring Sizing Systems

There are several systems for indicating a rings size used around the world:

 In the United States, Canada and Mexico, for indicating a rings size uses a numerical measure, for whole and half rings sizes. An increase of a full ring size is an increase of 0.032 inch (0.8128 mm) in diameter, or roughly 1/10 inch in inside circumference.

In United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Ireland, the ring sizes are specified using an alphabetical letters, for full and half ring sizes

In Japan, India, South America and China, ring sizes are specified using a numerical measure, that only has whole size rings, and does not have direct correlation with diameter or circumference.

In Italy, Spain, Netherlands, and Switzerland, ring sizes are specified as the circumference minus 40mm. A 50 ISO was a 10 in Switzerland.

In France and Germany the numbers of each sizesimply translates to the circumference of the inside of the ring in millimeters. So a size 40 would mean the inside circumference of a ring is also 40 mm.