Highly polished and shiny stainless steel wrap ring with heart cutout at one end.
Your ring size is determined by measuring the inside diameter of your ring at the widest section from the inside of the band in millimetres. This measurement should match with one of the ring sizes on the ring chart in the product images.
Our handstamped wrap rings can be personalised with your choice of names or short message, as every piece is handstamped to order to create a piece that tells your story. Create the perfect keepsake piece that will be treasured forever.
Available in 3 finishes:
- plain stainless steel (silver in colour)
- 18ct rose gold ion plated stainless steel
- 18ct gold ion plated stainless steel
Wrap ring measurements are approx 78mm long x 3.2mm wide and 1.5mm thick, and are made from high quality jewellery grade 316 stainless steel. These rings are shaped by hand, and can be adjusted to fit the wearers finger by gently squeezing the ring into the desired size.
Please note that the price listed is for single sided stamping. If you require stamping on the reverse side, please contact us for a quote.
The process used on our range of yellow gold and rose gold pieces is IP Plating (Ion plating). The center of the piece is stainless steel and the outside has a layer of titanium oxide, which can be used as a pigment (gold, rose gold) and has the same non allergenic properties as stainless steel. The process turns the titanium oxide into electric ions which becomes a harder and more durable coating with a higher brightness than that produced through traditional plating methods.
It is really hard to determine a specific length of wear as it will depend on the condition of use. The plating method used is quite advanced and is designed not to rub away quickly.
If there is high exposure to rubbing there can possibly be some wearing, this could happen when one bracelet is worn with another or wearing jewellery during heavy duties like cleaning, rubbing against a desk at work, etc. Contact with harsh chemicals like aerogaurds or cleaning products could cause fading or chemical reactions. It will however never chip like other methods of plating and it will never turn green.
A piece may start to look dull due to body oil, dirt, grime and acidic residue build up over time. When cleaning stainless steel jewellery there is no need to use chemicals. You can simply wash your pieces in some water or the shower and dry thoroughly with a microfibre or cotton cloth.