| John Urban is a master
who has been handcrafting fine jewelery since 1974.
John thrives on creating
Celtic Wedding Rings
works of interwoven art that ring true, with beauty on the surface,
and meaning from within.
Can you show me what your rings look like on
Take a look! She is wearing a 9mm Tree-of-Life design,
white gold band with rose gold bumpers.
accurately measure finger size
Each and every Celtic ring
we create for you is made to
order. Accurate ring measurements will ensure that when you receive
your ring, or wedding bands from JurbanRings, they fit perfectly. It
has been my experience, as a jeweller since 1976, that following the
steps below will guarantee that the ring you receive will fit
comfortably after the first week of continuous wearing.
- When measuring, the finger itself must be measured - not - an
- Finger sizers come in two widths; wide (6mm), and narrow
(3mm). Only the wide finger sizer should be used to measure your
ring size for a correct fit.
- A wide sizing ring that comes off your finger in about 1.5 to
2 seconds of effort will be the correct size, even if it should
feel a little snug. All rings will loosen up within the first week
of continuous wearing, as the body's blood circulation makes an
adjustment for the fit of the ring. A ring size that removes in
less time can fall off during swimming or sporting activities.
- Finger sizing for women:
Due to her
monthly cycle, a woman's finger size can rise and fall like the
tides, as there are a few days each month when she is retaining
water. A measurement taken then will produce a ring that is too
loose most of the time, and thus, should be avoided. If the ring
is to be a surprise, it will be a much better surprise if it fits
her properly - her cooperation in finger sizing will assure that.
- There are different standards for measuring finger size
throughout the world. I have conversion charts for the American,
British, and European measuring standards, so this is never a