Ruben König Jewellery presents this traditional and minimal Round head Signet ring.
Please note this is a made to order item. Typically this item takes us about 4-6 weeks to make in our own workshops in Brighton, UK. However, please let me know your deadline and I can work to this instead.
Please read the whole description to help you get a better understanding of this fantastic piece.
Metal: Made to order in selected metal types, please select from the drop down menu and find more information at the bottom of this listing explaining the differences.
Manufactured & Hallmarked here in the UK
Assay office location marking
Date letter stamp
Profile: 'D' or Domed profile band
Dimensions: 13mm Round Head with 3.5mm shank at back approx
Height/wall thickness: 1.3mm at back to 1.8mm thick at the head approx
UK Finger size: Made to order in your choice of finger size, please select from drop down menu.
Age of piece: New Manufacture
Overall condition: New Manufacture.
9ct Yellow Gold 6.4g
18ct Yellow Gold 9.1g
This item will be sent in an appropriate presentation box via Royal Mail. Free postage within the United Kingdom via Royal Mail’s Special delivery service. Please note that in certain countries you may be liable to pay import duty on this item. We also use other shipping providers depending on where the item is going.
Information about different metal types:
9ct Yellow Gold // Alloyed with copper, silver and others to retain a yellow colour.
9 parts Gold to 15 parts alloy, hence 9ct. Creating a hard wearing material as it contains less Gold, which is quite soft. The hallmark of '375' means that the piece has 37.5% pure gold and the rest is made up of alloyed metal to help alter the colour of the metal.
18ct Yellow Gold // Alloyed with copper, silver and others to retain a yellow colour.
18 parts Gold to 6 parts alloy, hence 18ct. Creating a ring that is denser than most other purities, both rich in colour and suitable for most people to wear everyday.
Silver // Is a naturally white metal and is quite soft by comparison to the other precious metals. Silver can be worn as a ring but will show marks fairly easily and could be prone to distortion if worn everyday all the time. Silver is instead more well suited to items like earrings, pendants or brooches. This is because these items are less likely to come into contact with things that could damage the metal day to day.