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Black Zirconium Matching Ring Set, His Her#39;s Ring Set: BZ

This His and Hers Black Zirconium Ring Set is one you WON#39;T want to Pass Up! These rings are hand finished by the best-skilled jewelry artisans that the industry has to offer. The women#39;s ring measures 3mm wide, and the Men#39;s ring measures 7mm wide. This is a ring set that you will cherish for a lifetime! Be sure to show your loved one that your love is real by getting a ring set that says it all. Both Rings have Sizing 5-15 in whole, half, and quarter size increments!

SKU: BZ-7FRE, BZ-3HR

Metal Type:
Black Zirconium rings start out silver and then are subjected to extreme heat which then blackens the metal and makes them incredibly strong and scratch-resistant. Our Black Zirconium Rings are made with top quality Zirconium 702 and expertly crafted by skilled jewelers here in the USA.

Shop Information:
We are a USA manufacturer that started as a father-son operation and has flourished into a small custom jewelry company. We make each ring to order and every ring is hand-finished by skilled jewelers who understand the jewelry art. We take great pride in our work and are constantly aware of the honor it is to make your special ring or rings. We stand firmly behind our quality of material and work. Because we make our jewelry in-house we are able to bring you the best quality at the most outstanding prices!

Processing Time:
There is a 1-4 business day processing time depending on the complexity of the ring order. Each ring is made to order for you. We do our best to get every order out as soon as possible, as we do realize how important it is to you.

Have questions? Give us a call (855)236-1100 or send us a message.

Accepted payment methods:
We accept payment via PayPal, major credit cards (AMEX, Discover, MasterCard Visa), and Etsy gift cards. We use secure encryption to make sure your identity and payment are secure.

Shipping:
FREE US standard shipping takes 2-7 business days for delivery after the ring is shipped. Canadian shipping via standard USPS is $22.99 and everywhere else around the world is $25.99 via standard USPS. Please note that these shipping charges reflect the recent rise in postage costs for international shipping. If expedited shipping options are desired or needed, please contact us and we would be happy to help you get your ring sooner. Please review our shop listing for other shipping options costs.
Please note that we reserve the right to require signature confirmation on any package we ship.

Size Exchanges:
We offer a hassle-free size exchange on your original order within 30 days of receipt. See our size exchange listing below for more details. This listing covers some of the costs associated with resizing your ring.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/519890417

Customers are responsible to ship the original order back to our shop for resizing and the costs associated with that return shipment. Once the exchange listing is purchased we will send you a return authorization form that needs to be filled out and included with your package.

Refunds:
We offer refunds within 30 days of receipt for any unworn, unaltered, and non-customized items. There is a small restocking fee of 20% for all items as each ring is made custom to order.

Cancellations:
Please request a cancellation within 12 hours of purchase as we start work on your custom rings as soon as possible.

Customer satisfaction is our #1 priority. If any issue arises during your order with us, please contact us so we can work on resolving the matter with you. It is our goal to make sure you are 110% satisfied with all aspects of your purchase. We hope you enjoy your custom-made ring and think of us for any future jewelry (especially ring) needs!

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