This guide is to help you determine the ideal size of your Repossi ring. Repossi’s creations reflect Gaia Repossi’s state of mind: a desire to constantly research and innovate while escaping established standards.
Each piece is imagined and designed in different proportions. The collections are composed of alternative aesthetics, creating size variations between rings models.
We recommend you measure the size of your finger and not the size of your ring. The object used for measurement must fit perfectly for the size to be correct. Finger sizes vary depending on the time of the day and temperature. We advise you to avoid measuring your fingers when they are too cold or wet as this may underestimate the size.
- Wrap a ribbon around the base of your finger. To make wearing the ring comfortable, we suggest that you also measure your finger size at the joint.
- Use a pen, mark the point where the ribbon crosses.
- Measure the length in millimeters using a ruler. This measurement is your finger’s circumference.
- Choose the closest measurement from the table below to identify your ring size.
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Repossi products are usually delivered within 15 working days from the date of order confirmation.
About the collection
Serti Sur Vide reinvents iconic jewellery classics, like the solitaire ring, with the floating diamonds. Diamonds are set on a hidden structure and float on the skin as if they were suspended, revealing the stone purity.
Cleaning: To preserve the brightness of your pieces, it is very important to clean them often. We advise you to do that with a soft and dry cloth.
Storage: It is recommended to store your jewelries individually in its original box to avoid any damage; contact with other objects may scratch it.
Creation: This collection is composed of 2 melted or manufactured rings connected by a barrette. The bezel is adjusted for each pear and soldered to the shank. The bar is slightly embedded in the ring to strengthen the whole while being over thickness. The rings are "cradled", rounded on the inside to increase the aesthetic and comfort of the wearer.
Paving/Setting: The diameter of the stones must be very precise. The lines must be perfect. They are positioned on different plans but with the surfaces in the same way so that the light reflects. The claws holding the diamond have a very peculiar shape, with flat angles to reflect the light better (called “bec d´aigle”). The bezel has a specific shape: Eiffel tower bezel with only 3 claws. The metal is very lightly visible, giving an impression of a "floating diamond". The position of each stone is essential, and a lot of attention is given to it. Each grain must be made in a consistent way and positioned coherently to the paved stones on the same line with precision so that the light is reflected correctly.
Polish: This is an essential step as it is more difficult to polish square shapes as compared to round shapes. The shape of the rings must not be deformed, with sharp and tense angles.
Assembly: The position of the bezel on the ring is carefully studied so that once worn, the diamond is perfectly positioned between the fingers.