This ring is part of our Mic and Madi line. Mic and Madi is inspired by the latest fashion trends of the season that you will only find in high fashion magazines and runway shows. This ring is intentionally made larger than normal for those who like to wear statement rings, it is the ideal ring for a night out or a special occasion. The beautiful teardrop shaped tanzanite cubic zirconia stone is captivating and the rich, bold tanzanite color can instantly add drama to your look. Aside from the gorgeous color of the stone, the base of the ring has a unique abstract scroll design leaving openwork space so you can see the stone though it. The size of the ring is about 1 1/4 of an inch from top to bottom and the widest point of the ring measures about 7/8 of an inch from side to side. In highly polished rhodium plate finish.
Find the Perfect Size in Two Easy Steps:
1. Find an existing ring that fits you well.
2. Measure the inside of that ring and match with one of the circles below.
Ring Sizing Tips:
*If your ideal fit falls between two sizes, we recommend choosing the larger size.
**For wide band rings we recommend 1-2 sizes up.
How to Care for Your Jewelry
Follow these tips and guidelines to preserve your new ring:
Always remove your jewelry before washing your hands, doing housework or yard work. Try to avoid lotions, hair spray or other chemicals from getting on your ring. You can use a quality jewelry cleaning rag to polish dull stones and shine up the metal if it becomes dull-looking. When you are not wearing your ring, store it in a dry place, preferably in a box to avoid dust. If you follow these guidelines your ring can last for years!
We ship same or next business day on all orders from our California warehouse. We provide tracking info so you can see your order travel from California to you. For more details see our Shipping page.
We offer a 30-Day No Hassle Return & Exchange Policy. If you are not 100% in love with your ring, send it back to our California warehouse for a full refund. See more info in our FAQ page.