OZZY OSBOURNE LOGO RING

OZZY OSBOURNE LOGO RING
OZZY OSBOURNE LOGO RING
Item# r26-oz1
US$11.99
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Product Description

OZZY OSBOURNE LOGO RING - ANTIQUED CAST PEWTER RING

Tips For Measuring Ring Size

1 Find a piece of string or strip of paper no wider than 3/4".

2 Wrap it around the base of the appropriate finger.

3 Use a pen to mark the point on the string/paper where it overlaps, forming a complete circle.

4 With a ruler, measure the length from the starting end of the string/paper to the pen mark.

Don't measure cold fingers, as this is when fingers are their smallest. For the most accurate reading, measure the finger at the end of the day when the finger is the largest.

Please note: You need to take the knuckle into consideration when sizing. In some cases the bottom of your finger may be smaller then your knuckle. Also take into consideration your knuckle size when purchasing a ring with a wider band which should be sized ½ -1 size larger.

We strongly recommend that you visit a jeweler to ascertain the actual ring size needed as using the string/paper method is not 100% accurate.

SIZE 6 RING:MEASURED SIZE 2.0141-2 1/16 INCHES; 51.5-51.8 MILLIMETERS

SIZE 7 RING:MEASURED SIZE 2.141-2 3/16 INCHES; 54.0-54.4 MILLEMETERS

SIZE 8 RING:MEASURED SIZE 2.242-2 5/16 INCHES; 56.6-56.9 MILLEMETERS

SIZE 10 RING:MEASURED SIZE 2.443-2 9/16 INCHES; 61.6-62.1 MILLEMETERS

SIZE 12 RING:MEASURED SIZE 2.644-2 13/16 INCHES; 66.6-67.2 MILLEMETERS

MADE RIGHT HERE IN THE U.S.A. USING 100% LEAD FREE PEWTER AND STERLING SILVER.

About Ozzy Osbourne

You know you have some problems when three other habitual drug users decide to hold an intervention in your honor, but such was the case with the perpetually inebriated Ozzy Osbourne, who was fired from Black Sabbath in 1979.

Not one to let something as trivial as alcohol and substance abuse get in the way of a burgeoning solo career, Osbourne took to the studio to record Blizzard of Ozz, Diary of a Madman, and Bark at the Moon in the span of three years.

Osborne lived and breathed every word of Randy Rhoads’ guitar riff laden “Crazy Train”, when the gloriously inappropriate frontman mistook a living bat for a stage prop and bit its head off during a 1982 concert performance.

That same year Osbourne furthered his legend with yet another depraved act that involved the public desecration of a monument at the Alamo, earning him a decade long ban from the city of San Antonio.

Influenced: Metallica, Megadeth, Pantera, Slayer, Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana, Soundgarden