Sphinx cats, let’s be honest – these are cats for only fans of this breed. In the TV series “Friends” there is even a whole series of “mockery” of this breed with statements that it is not a cat at all, and it is unclear what kind of animal it is. But like, perhaps, anyone, no matter how strange animal may be, there will be admirers of it in the world, and it is not for us to blame them for their choice. However, the Sphinx cat, as as the name suggests, owes its origin primarily to Ancient Egypt, and its image immediately reminds us of it. Grace in its purest form, royal – Pharaoh’s posture. Without any of this your, useless, fluffiness, they earned their place in the Egyptian pantheon and are immortalized forever in human history and culture. These cats have even taken their place of honor among the mummies – a rare honor – haven’t they? Chain is not included. Dimensions: Width: 16.2 cm (diameter), length (without bail) :2.1 cm, weight 3.16 g.
For your convenience our ring sizes are specified in both imperial and metric units. E.g. "US 9 / 19 mm" means that ring has US size 9, while it's inside diameter is 19 millimeters.
The easiest way to find your size is to measure a ring which fits you. Just take a ruler and measure inside diameter of ring in mm. If in doubt opt for the bigger of two sizes.
If you don't have a ring with desired fit please follow these instructions:
Cut a strip of paper up to 10cm (4") long and 5mm (¼") wide. Wrap it around the finger you intend to wear the ring on, leaving enough room to slide the ring over your knuckle.
Mark the spot where the paper strip meets and use a ruler to measure the length in millimeters (mm). This is the circumference of your finger.
Choose your ring size based on the chart below. If you're between two sizes, we suggest you opt for the larger size.