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Jewelry Definition – Knuckle-to-Finger Differential

Knuckle-to-Finger DifferentialThe difference in size between the knuckle and the part of the finger where your ring rests is what I call the knuckle-to-finger differential.

Persons with large differentials are good candidates for rings that hinge open on the bottom so they can be slipped more easily over the knuckle.

If you would like to read more about rings for people with large knuckle-to-finger differentials, check out these blog posts and video:

Big Knuckles and Spinning Rings? Try the Butterfly Spring!

Ring Spin or Ring Flop…One Possible Solution – Speed Bumps

Solving Spinning Stacking Ring Problem with Speed Bumps

Finger Mate Hinging Shank for Rings for Enlarged Knuckles

 

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About Calla Gold

Calla Gold is a Personal Jeweler and Author who takes pride in working with clients one-on-one to integrate their personal sense of style and taste into custom designed jewelry and repaired jewelry pieces.   Unlike typical Santa Barbara jewelry businesses, Calla Gold has no brick-and-mortar location. Calla Gold comes to you, bringing you the jewelry collection you want to see and collaborating with you to create unique custom jewelry. Calla also works with at-a-distance clients.

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