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Ring Size Guide

How to Measure your Ring Size: 

It's very simple, you just need a ring and a measuring ruler. 

Just place the ruler in the middle of the ring to take the measurement of the inner diameter, like the image below... 
Make sure the ruler is exactly in the middle, measuring the distance inside between both sides, excluding the metal. 


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Facts about Hiba Jaber jewelry:


We use 18k gold metal for our jewelry creations.

We use 18k gold, which is stamped with a 750 hallmark. Normally the gold is created to have the exact color of the jewelry without any plating, in some cases, like black gold, the color may wear slightly with time.


Wearing your jewelry every day may cause your gold to lose its shine due to scratches on the surface, particularly on items worn on the hands like rings, due to more frequent contact with surfaces and substances.


We are happy to provide you with a polish anytime the shine fades away, at no additional cost. Get in touch with our team and we will be happy to assist.


We use diamonds, precious stones as well as semi-precious gemstones in our designs. They are set with meticulous attention to detail, taking into account ethical considerations when sourced.

The solitaire diamonds chosen in certain designs ( part of the stories and diamonds creations)  will be delivered with their certificates. 



  • Each piece of jewelry comes packaged in a Hiba Jaber Jewelry box, as well as a velvet pouch. When not wearing your jewelry, protect it by keeping it stored in its original packaging.

  • Avoid keeping your jewelry in areas with high moisture levels such as the bathroom or near windows. 

  • Keep in mind that a jewelry box is a good place to keep your jewelry.

  • Avoid subjecting your jewelry to direct contact with water and chemical products. It is advisable not to wear your jewelry to the swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna/steam room or while bathing or showering.

  • Remove jewelry when doing household tasks - harsh substances such as bleach can permanently damage jewelry items.

  • Wipe your jewelry with a clean, soft cloth to remove any oils and dirt from it.

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