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This piece comes with a complimentary ring resize
We will email you after your order is placed to establish ring size.
Our expert consultants specialise in finding the perfect fit for you or your loved one. If you live locally we recommend popping into the Black Finch studio so we can determine your size.
If you are unable to visit us in-store and you or your recipient have an existing ring that fits, you can determine ring size from this ring. Measure the inside diameter of the ring. Make sure it is in the centre or largest area of the circle. This is the internal diameter.
Match your measurements to our chart here to find your corresponding ring size.
Another option is to purchase one of our handy RING SIZER tools. Simply follow the supplied instructions to find your ring size. We offer this sizer free with all online ring purchases, just pop a note at checkout and we will send a sizer to you.
If you would like to keep the ring a surprise we would recommend purchasing a size 'L' or 'M' and returning the ring for resizing once it has been gifted. Each Black Finch ring comes with one complimentary ring resize, so we can make sure you or your recipient obtains the perfect fit!
If you are in doubt or have any other ring sizing questions please get in touch at email@example.com and we will assist you in finding the perfect size for you or your special one
Gold is one of the earth's most transmutable and indestructible materials. We have teamed up with a Melbourne based refinery Siltech to supply us with 100% recycled gold. That means that your jewels are sourced from 100% post-consumer gold in a supply chain where everyone receives a fair wage.
We then provide these materials to our casting house where they add alloys to create the final product; gorgeous 18ct yellow, rose and white gold, 9ct yellow, rose and white gold and all the delicious rainbow of golds available! And if that isn't enough these folks recycle X-rays, taking the silver from the celluloid to produce silver for casting jewellery whaaaaat! I know…
We specialise in ethically and sustainably sourced Australian sapphires. We have visited the mine sites to verify the working conditions and witness the minimal impact extraction has on the environment. This allows us to have unprecedented supply-chain transparency. Australia is home to independent, small, family-run operations, often with just a single person working the leasehold on the minefield. Sapphire mines are very shallow, having a far lower impact on the land, than large open-cut or incredibly deep mines. Rainfall is required to work a sapphire mine. This means that mining practices are dictated by seasonal and cyclical climate changes.
The selection of sapphires offers a magical array of colours from brilliant green, deep blue, orange and lilac as well as the famous Australian parti-sapphire. At Black Finch, we love coloured jewels; rare colour-change stones, bi-colour stones and unusual cuts and we can't wait to share them with you.
We also stock some beautiful Ceylon sapphires that we've sourced from a small family-run mine based in Sri Lanka (home of the Ceylon sapphire). This mine has been in the same family for generations. It is the source of some of the fabulous coloured jewels in our collection which are unique to the region
All diamonds supplied by Black Finch are conflict-free. The majority of coloured diamonds originate in Australia, from Australian material, mined with Australian ethical standards. These beautiful stones are rare and grow rarer everyday….
Australia's biggest diamond mine and the worlds largest diamond deposit is the Argyle mine in the Kimberly region of Australia. Famous for its pink diamonds and lovely champagne coloured stones, a favourite of Black Finch designs. The mine is due to close soon pushing the value of these diamonds up further. A second mine, the Ellendale mine in Western Australia has produced some beautiful yellow diamonds. The majority of the worlds' Champagne' colour diamonds originate from Australia. We can supply certified pink, champagne, and cognac Argyle diamonds. These certified diamonds are a limited precious commodity, and you should expect to pay a premium for this sound investment.
All diamonds being sold in Australia, including those sourced from Australia and mines from other countries, are subject to the “Kimberley Process (KP)". This is an internationally recognised system that allows global trading and reduces the flow of rough diamonds (conflict diamonds) ‘which are used to finance wars against governments' - around the world. For more information, please visit www.kimberleyprocess.com.
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