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Jewellery Dropshipping makes it easy to start selling jewelry online. You don't need to invest heavily in inventory, but you can still offer thousands of products to your customers. Have your products shipped directly to your customers. No inventory, low-cost.

Q: Can you accept customized jewelry?

A: Yes, we can product jewelry according to your requirements, also can add your brand or logo on jewelry.

Q: How to measure ring sizes or how to convert UK to US size?

Pearl rings can be extremely personal. They can be used for promise rings, engagement rings, or just to say “I love you!”. The amazing variety available in settings combined with the thousands of different pearls you can select from make a pearl ring one of the most unique pieces of jewelry around.

Tahitian pearl ring, 18k gold Sizing can be confusing when it comes to pearl rings, as US, UK and European sizes differ. The best option is to visit a jeweler and have them tell you what size you need by measuring your finger. Then simply forward that size to us along with what country you are in, and we can ensure that the fit is correct.
Alternately, you can use a piece of string or a slim band of paper to measure your finger. Simply wrap the string or paper around your finger at the base, mark the point at which overlap begins, then lay your string or paper flat and measure with a ruler marked in millimeters(mm). This will give you the proper circumference of the inside of the ring.

Determine your ring size

The chart below show the different sizes and how they compare. All you have to worry about is how many  the circumference of the ring needs to be to fit around your finger. We can take care of the rest!

As you can see, a size ‘6’ ring in the US matches a size ‘L’ ring in the UK. If you already own a perfectly fitting ring and know its size, just forward that information!

Tips:
If you are between sizes, order a larger size. Make sure your finger is at a normal body temperature (fingers shrink or expand when cold or hot). If your knuckle is much larger than your finger’s base, take two separate measurements and choose a size in between. You want a ring to fit over your knuckle, but not be too loose or it will shift around.

USA
Europe
Inner
Circumference in mm
Inner
Diameter in mm
UK
   
37.3
 
A
1
 
39.1
 
B
1.5
0.15
40.4
 
C
2
1.5
41.7
 
D
2.5
2.76
42.9
 
E
3
4.14
44.2
14.2
F
3.5
5.40
45.5
14.6
G
4
6.68
46.8
15
H
4.5
7.97
48.0
15.4
I
5
9.32
49.3
15.8
J
5.5
10.58
50.6
16.2
K
6
11.87
51.9
16.6
L
6.5
13.16
53.1
17
M
7
14.51
54.4
17.4
N
7.5
15.76
55.7
17.8
O
8
17.15
57.0
18.2
P
8.5
18.40
58.3
18.6
Q
9
19.66
59.5
19.1
R
9.5
20.98
60.8
19.5
S
10
22.33
62.1
19.9
T
10.5
23.59
63.4
20.3
U
11
24.97
64.6
20.7
V
11.5
26.22
65.9
21.1
W
12
27.51
67.2
21.5
X
12.5
28.77
68.5
21.9
Z
13
30.15
69.7
22.3
Z+1
13.5
31.47
71.0
22.7
Z+2
14
32.6
72.3
23.1
Z+3

Q: What is The Size of Freshwater Pearls?

A: Freshwater pearls Size have a wide and usual size, such as :4-5mm, 5-6mm, 6-7mm, 7-8mm, 8-9mm, 9-10mm, 10-11mm, 11-12mm,12-13mm and more.

Q: What is The Size of saltwater Pearls?

A: the usual Saltwater pearls Size is 3-3.5mm, 3.5-4mm, 4-4.5mm, 4.5-5mm,5-5.5mm,5.5-6mm, 6-6.5mm, 5-7mm,7-7.5mm,7.5-8mm,8-8.5mm, 8.5-9mm and more.

Q: How Many Types do Pearls have?

A: Pearl types mainly include Freshwater Pearls, Saltwater Pearls, Akoya Pearls, South Sea Pearls, Tahitian Pearls, Mother Of Pearls, Keshi Pearls, Natural Pearls, Mabe Pearls, Cultured Pearls, Imitation Pearls,Scallop Pearls etc.

Q: How to Care for your Cultured Pearls?

Remember, cultured pearls are precious jewels and should be treated as such. Pearls and pearl jewelry should not be exposed to acid-alkali substances and high temperatures. They should also be kept from direct contact with chemical substances such as perfumes, hair spray, lotions, and minerals such as oil and salt. It is also advisable to periodically wear pearls to keep them from drying out. The body`s natural oils keeps pearls lustrous. Always remove pearl jewelry when bathing. If the pearl jewelry becomes contaminated with perspiration and dirt, use neutral cleaning detergents to wash them and then rinse with clean water. Use a soft cotton cloth for drying.

Pearl Care Do’s and Don’ts:
Don't toss them in a purse or jewelry box where they can become scratched.
Treat your pearls gently; keep them in a chamois bag or wrap them in tissue when putting them away.

Don't expose pearls to acid-based hair sprays, cosmetics or perfumes, or clean them with chemicals or abrasives.

Do wash them with mild soap and water when you take them off. This will remove any traces of hair spray or perfume. When having pearls strung, place a knot between each pearl to avoid abrasion and to prevent loss if the string should break.

Tips to whiten your pearls Looking for tips to whiten your pearls?

Take them to your professional pearl jeweler. It is a rather complicated process and regular jewelers might not even have the capability to do this. By following these helpful hints, you can keep your pearls looking nice for a long period of time before you have to seek the help of a professional pearl jeweler.

Q: How to tell if a pearl is real?

When two real pearls are rubbed against each other, There will be a rough feeling and pearl powder is produced. When you wipe off the pearl powder, the pearl is as shiny as before. If they are fake pearls, the process is smooth, and no powder is produced.
You can also rub the pearl against your front teeth. Real pearls will feel slightly gritty and rough. An imitation pearl will feel smooth and glasslike. That's because the imitations are almost made by plastic or glass.

Q: How to clean mother of pearl jewelry

1. Dip a soft cleaning cloth into olive oil or warm, soapy water.
2. Rub the cloth gently over the mother of pearl item.
3. Dry it carefully with a soft cloth.
4. Ensure the piece is dry before you wear it or storage.
The main ingredient of mother-of-pearl is calcium carbonate, so stay away from acid or it will disintegrate. Avoid soaking in water, as this will loosen the glue of holding inlays.

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