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Ananda Spinning Ring

Discover a new level of happiness with our Ananda Spinning Ring. Made ethically in India, this silver spinner ring instils peace and joy with sustainably sourced moonstone, pink rhodolite garnet, and green onyx gemstones. Twist this meditation ring in stressful situations to find your happy place.

Sterling Silver, faceted round green onyx (0.3cm), faceted teardrop rhodolite garnet (0.4 x 0.6cm) and faceted moonstone (0.4cm), All of our stones are real so colours may vary, Handmade, Band height: 1.2cm

Spinning jewellery is a modern wonder inspired by ancient meditation techniques. Much like the Tibetan prayer wheels used by Buddhist monks for centuries, silver spinning rings spin to soothe the mind in times of stress. Spinning necklaces bring balance and good karma to the soul, while spinner bracelets calm fidgeting hands to instil a sense of well-being.

Size chart
Ring Size Guide
UK Ring Size US Ring Size EU Ring Size Circumference (in) Diameter (in) Circumference (cm) Diameter (cm)
A 0.5 37.8 1.38 0.44 3.51 1.11
B 1 41.1 1.46 0.46 3.7 1.16
C 1.5 44.4 1.54 0.49 3.89 1.24
D 2 47.1 1.61 0.51 4.06 1.3
E 2.5 50 1.69 0.53 4.25 1.36
F 3 52.3 1.77 0.56 4.43 1.41
G 3.5 55.1 1.85 0.59 4.62 1.47
H 4 57 1.93 0.61 4.8 1.53
I 4.5 59.5 2.01 0.64 5.01 1.59
J 5 60.3 2.09 0.66 5.19 1.65
K 5.5 62.8 2.17 0.69 5.4 1.72
L 6 65 2.24 0.71 5.59 1.78
M 6.5 67.5 2.32 0.74 5.8 1.85
N 7 69.7 2.4 0.76 5.99 1.91
O 7.5 72.3 2.48 0.79 6.18 1.97
P 8 74.6 2.56 0.81 6.37 2.03
Q 8.5 77.2 2.64 0.84 6.57 2.1
R 9 79.5 2.72 0.86 6.76 2.16
S 9.5 82.1 2.8 0.89 6.95 2.22
T 10 84.6 2.88 0.91 7.14 2.28
U 10.5 87.2 2.96 0.94 7.34 2.35
V 11 89.5 3.04 0.96 7.53 2.41
W 11.5 92.1 3.12 0
X
12 94.8 3.2 1.01 8.13 2.57
Y 12.5 97.4 3.28 1.04 8.32 2.64
Z 13 100 3.36 1.07 8.51 2.7

 

How To Measure Your Ring Size

To measure ring size, you can follow the steps below:

1. Use a piece of string or a thin strip of paper and wrap it around the base of the finger where you plan to wear the ring. Make sure the string or paper is snug but not too tight.

2.Mark the point where the string or paper overlaps with a pen or marker.

3.Use a ruler or measuring tape to measure the length of the string or paper in millimeters.

4. Use a ring size chart, like the on here, to determine your ring size based on the measurement you obtained.

It's important to note that the size of your finger can vary depending on the time of day and temperature. It's best to measure your finger later in the day when it's warm, as fingers tend to be slightly larger at this time. Additionally, it's a good idea to measure your finger a few times to ensure accuracy.

Size: L

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