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This tool helps you find the size of a ring. It’s based on the height of a credit card, so it’s important to measure that accurately. We recommend putting your phone on a flat surface and looking straight down at it.
This tool is for reference use. Fit may vary depending on the wearer, environment worn and activities carried out at the time of wearing your ring. It is recommended that you should:
Put the short side of a credit card here and adjust the line so you can just see the outline looking straight down at your phone.
Place a ring on the circle and line up the inside of the band so that you can see the black outline inside.
Inspired by the dramatic jewellery of the Georgian era, make a statement with our diamond eternity ring. Set with nine diamonds paired with our signature hawthorn twig band, this is the perfect balance of beauty and strength.
The wearing of eternity rings dates back to ancient Egypt. With no beginning and no end, this infinite circle represents the eternity of life. It’s the perfect heirloom piece to symbolise some of life's most important moments of love, strength and everything in between.
This statement eternity ring is set with diamonds around one half of the band. Our Eternity rings are beautiful worn either on their own or paired with other rings as part of your ring stack.
Determining the quality of a gemstone involves what jewellers refer to as the “Four C’s”; Cut, Colour, Clarity and Carat.
The cut refers to the design of the stone, such as round or oval. Each cut sparkles in its own way and this is an important factor as it determines the shape of the stone you want to go for.
This refers to the colour of the stone. With grey diamonds, emeralds, rubies & sapphires you want a colourful stone, but with classic or lab-grown diamonds you want a completely colourless stone.
Clarity refers to the number of amazing inclusions in a gemstone. With grey diamonds we look for the most beautiful inclusions, like a scattering of stars sparkling in the night sky, but with white or classic diamonds we look for no inclusions. Other stones like moonstone or tourmaline have the most beautiful, exciting inclusions.
Carat is a measurement of weight, not love. It is simply what the precious stone weighs in metric carats which are a unit of measurement like kilos or pounds.
All orders come with free DHL tracked worldwide delivery, and include all local taxes and duties.
In the event that you would like to return your Chupi piece we offer a 100 day return or exchange policy. You can find the information for returning your piece on care.chupi.com and this will help our team look after you in the quickest and most effective manner.
Our shop is located in Atrium on the top floor of the beautiful Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, it’s a lovely place to spend an afternoon. Come browse the sparkling things, have brunch in the Pepper Pot Cafe and then grab a drink in one of the gorgeous bars on South William Street.
Once your piece is dispatched the estimated delivery times are as follows:
Ireland: 3-5 working days.
UK: 5-7 working days.
Europe: 5-7 working days.
USA: 7-10 working days.
Australia: 10-12 working days.
Rest of the World: 10-12 working days.
The grey diamonds are beautiful and I think the twig band is so unique. I absolutely love it. I also love the Irish connection and the meaning behind the twig band.Danielle & Matt Full story
After another minute or so of negotiations, I finally turned around, and saw the pink Chupi box I had shown him so many times before, and knew.Justina & Jordan Full story
I love my Chupi promise ring so much. As said before, having my ring made in Ireland means a lot to me.Niamh & Séamus Full story
I love the idea of buying something now that will become an heirloom for my future children to cherish forever
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