Blackfoot Chief - Photo by Edward S.Curtis 1926
Three of our favorite Osiris beards...
The bust of a Roman woman from the Flavian era. With curls piled high and an elaborate braid in back.
The stunning braided hair of the female statues on the southern porch of the Erechtheion temple on the Acropolis. There were six in all - they are antiquity’s most famous caryatids. Casual and relaxed, the young women balance a marble roof on their heads.
It is a remarkable symbol of female power.
We can’t get enough of him! Over 2500 years old and still impressive, the stone carver’s geometry still appears incredibly modern in its minimalism & simplicity - proof that great design is timeless.
This bronze beard was a major inspiration for our Osiris line. The deep blue glass reminiscent of lapis lazuli, helped us define our color palette and the structural influences can be found in our Stix and Stud earrings as well as our choice to use true vitreous enamel.
This, along with the Sarcophagus of Harkhebit, is one of the many pieces we constantly return to the museum to view.
You can use this chart to help find your ring size. Use a piece of paper to measure the circumference of your finger, carefully mark where the ends meet and then straighten against a ruler to measure the length in millimeters (mm). If you are in between sizes we recommend sizing up. Our rings can be custom ordered in whole, half and quarter sizes. Please note: certain sizes may affect the price. For information & pricing about custom sizing and sizes smaller or larger than listed on this chart, please contact us. If you are unsure of your ring size, we recommend that you visit a local jeweler to have your finger sized.
|Women’s Ring Sizes|
|2 ½||42.9 mm|
|3 ½||45.5 mm|
|4 ½||48 mm|
|5 ½||50.6 mm|
|6 ½||53.1 mm|
|7 ½||55.7 mm|
|8 ½||58.3 mm|
|9 ½||60.8 mm|
|Men’s Ring Sizes|
|8 ½||58.3 mm|
|9 ½||60.8 mm|
|10 ½||63.4 mm|
|11 ½||65.9 mm|
|12 ½||68.5 mm|
|13 ½||71 mm|
Please note that these ring size charts are for reference only.
Use the Cuff Sizer provided below or a tape measure.
HOW TO USE THE BALTERA CUFF SIZER
Cut out the paper Cuff Sizer and follow these instructions:
Make sure the numbers are on the outside of the paper Cuff Sizer and insert the pointed end through the opening slit you have cut at the other end of the Cuff Sizer indicated by the (cut here). Place your hand through the Cuff Sizer and pull the pointed end until it fits comfortably on your wrist. The number that lines up with the edge of the opening is your wrist size.
To ensure the cuff fits comfortably please add 1.5 cm. Add or subtract cm's for a tighter or looser fit if preferred.
Be sure to print Cuff Sizer provided here with "no scaling" at 100% on standard letter (8.5" x 11") paper.
Our cuffs can be custom ordered in additional sizes. For information & pricing about custom sizing please contact us. If you are unsure of your cuff size, we recommend that you visit a local jeweler to have your wrist sized.