Paws off my Bone Ring features a stylish dog bone with a center paw print accent that adds a little extra shine and eye-catching interest. While the focal point is the main bone and paw print of Paws off my Bone Ring, you'll be captivated by the two delicate, detailed cut out bones descending in size along the ring's band. The overall impression is quite stunning. Paws off my Bone Ring fits comfortably on your finger because of its light weight. Sterling Silver Paws off my Bone Ring is hand dipped in an oxidation bath to enhance each detail, then hand polished to give our signature dazzling finish. Paws off my Bone can be worn with our matching Paws off my Bone charm necklace and earrings
for a coordinated look!
Paws off my Bone Ring features a cut out bone with a solid paw print in the bone's center and two more cut out bones on each side of the ring's band.
??Paws off my Bone Ring represents the love we all share for our pets. Paws off my Bone Ring was designed in pawtnership with Judi Gullickson of IL, winner of our â€œName that Brand Contestâ€. Part of her prize package included a complimentary piece of jewelry designed by her and Dazzling Paws Jewelry along with her choice of canine charity to donate a portion of the sales to. Judi chose: Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue of Texas. Paws off my Bone Ring is a very special design to us; we enjoyed the connection of pawtnering together and believe this to be a truly inspired piece that also helps deserving rescue dogs.??Lone Star Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apso Rescue of Texas
will receive a percentage of sales from this design for one year (2011-2012). Finding Your Ring Size and How to Measure Your Finger:
- Find a piece of string or strip of paper no wider than 1/2".
- Wrap it around the base of the
finger you wish to wear the ring on. Once the string/paper is snug,
slip the paper back off the finger. If the string/paper expands slightly
when sliding over your knuckle mark that point on the paper or string.
You want your ring to be large enough to get over your knuckle.
- Use a pen to mark the point on the string/paper where it overlaps, forming a complete circle.
- With a ruler, measure the length from the starting end of the string/paper to the pen mark.
- Use this measurement and the chart to determine your ring size.
*For a more accurate method of
measuring ring size stop by your local jewelry store and have your
finger sized with a ring sizer.
*When sizing your finger with a ring sizer, make sure it slides off fairly easily over the knuckle.