Ring Size Chart
Finger
Circumference
(MM)
Europe US UK Japan
40 40 1 B ½ 1
41 41 1 ½ C ½ 1 ½
42 42 2 D 2
43 43 2 ½ E 3
44 44 3 F ½ 4
45 45 3 ¼ G 5
46 46 3 ¾ H 6
47 47 4 H ½ 7
48 48 4 ½ I ½ 8
49 49 4 ¾ J ½ 9
50 50 5 ¼ K 10
51 51 5 ¾ L 11
52 52 6 L ½ 12
53 53 6 ¼ ½ 13
54 54 6 ¾ ½ 14
55 55 7 ¼ O 15
56 56 7 ½ P 16
57 57 8 ½ 17
58 58 8 ¼ ½ 18
59 59 8 ¾ R 19
60 60 9 S 20
61 61 9 ½ ½ 21
62 62 10 ½ 22
63 63 10 ¼ ½ 23
64 64 10 ¾ V 24
65 65 11 W 25
66 66 11 ½ ½ 26
67 67 11 ¾ ½ 27
68 68 12 ¼ Z 28
69 69 12 ½ ½ 29
70 70 13 - 30

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"Art Miniwallet" Rijksmuseum Flowers

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"Art Miniwallet" Rijksmuseum Flowers

$155.00

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DESCRIPTION & DETAILS

  • Holds 4 embossed or 6 flat cards
  • 4 extra cards
  • Banknotes
  • Business cards
  • Receipts
  • Size: 65 x 102 x 21 mm
  • Weight: 72 g

Leave behind all the bulk and carry only what you need securely in your pocket.

Aluminum protects your cards from damage and unwanted wireless communication.

Still life with flowers
Secrid has created a collection of wallets inspired by Dutch masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Still lives of flowers were a popular subject in the Golden Age of Dutch art and Jacob Vosmaer is regarded as a preeminent painter of the genre. Vosmaer’s masterpiece can be found in the Rijksmuseum’s Gallery of Honour. The richness of colour in Vosmaer’s composition makes this wallet an ideal fashion accessory.

 

Details and finishing
Secrid can confirm that the print retains its appeal and does not bleed colour during use.

Supple Italian calf leather serves as the base for the Art collection. The artworks have been printed on the leather in exquisite detail. Showing the smallest details such as the cracks in the paint. An engraving on the inside of the wallet tells of the paintings and in which museum it can be found.

Questions or special inquiries? Please contact us at care@archivestoronto.com

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