We are excited to unveil our newest collection, Blessings, inspired by the Chinese concept of Wu Fu (五福) or the 5 essential blessings for a good life. The five fortunes in the Chinese tradition are longevity, prosperity, good health, a love of virtue, and a peaceful passing having lived a long and fulfilled life. The Chinese words for "luck" (福，fú) and "bat" (蝠，fú) sound identical, and thus the symbol of the bat has been used to represent good luck for countless generations.
The Blessings collection features stylised bat motifs and colourful gems worked into elegant, versatile, filigree-styled jewellery pieces. Designed for the woman who knows what she wants in life and fearlessly owns who she is, this collection is our wish for a world where each of us boldly and proudly stand for what we believe in, be a force for good, and pay kindness forward.
Imbued with meaningful well-wishes, this collection of bold statement jewellery pieces conveys the age-old tradition of bestowing blessings or the good life upon loved ones or oneself to celebrate milestones, and is also especially apt as wedding gifts or as Si Dian Jin to welcome a new bride into a new chapter of life.
In our signature Carrie K. style, the Blessings collection includes versatile pieces such as stackable earrings and interchangeable pearl clips that allow you to create over 100 looks with different types of pearls and accessories at the Carrie K. Pearl Bar.
Do good, and good will come to you.
1. Measure your fingers at the end of day as your finger size will be different at different times of the day.
Fingers tend swell up during the course of the day as your blood pressure rises.
2. Measure your finger size 3 to 4 times to get a more accurate measure.
3. Your fingers might also swell if you are pregnant or if you are on medication. Take this into account when measuring your fingers.
Here are some tips on how you can measure your finger:
First, cut a cardboard strip measuring 0.5cm wide and 15cm long.
Then, wrap the cardboard around the finger to be sized.
Once it’s done, slide the cardboard up to the knuckle, as the ring must be sized large enough to able to slip off and on, over the knuckle.
Next, use a pen to mark on the cardboard where the long end overlaps.
Measure the mark from the end of the length of paper or string with a ruler.
Locate your ring size by locating your measurement against our size chart.
Should the measurement falls in between two sizes, we recommend that you choose the larger size.
|Inner Circumference||Carrie K. Size/ US, Canada, Mexico||UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand||Italy, Spain, Netherlands||France||Germany|
|46.8 mm||4||H||6.75||46 1/2||15|
|48 mm||4.5||I||8||47 3/4||15 1/4|
|49.3 mm||5||J 1/2||9.25||49||15 3/4|
|50.6 mm||5.5||K 1/2||10.5||50 1/4||16|
|51.9 mm||6||L 1/2||11.75||52 3/4||16 1/2|
|53.1 mm||6.5||M 1/2||13.25||54||17|
|54.4 mm||7||N 1/2||14.5||55 1/4||17 1/4|