Humilis sterling silver classic ring

Humilis sterling silver BLESSING OF SAINT FRANCIS ring gold plated


24kt yellow gold plated 925 sterling silver BLESSING OF SAINT FRANCIS HUMILIS ring

Translation of the blessing of St. Francis:

"May the Lord bless you and keep you safe.

May He show you his Face and have Mercy on you.

May He look upon you and give you peace.

May the Lord give you his blessing."

Humilis guarantees that this ring is handmade in 925 sterling silver (925/1000) and it is produced entirely in Assisi.
In addition, all materials used on the packaging, advertising and exhibition of Humilis rings, are made exclusively in Italy by local artisans.

Size Chart

How to Take Measurements

  1. Get a flexible measuring tape.
  2. Ring Diameter:
    • Place the tape measure over the ring at the center and measure the maximum inside width of the ring.
    • Check the corresponding size in the measurement table.
  3. Finger circumference:
    • Wrap the finger with the measuring tape and position it at the widest part of your finger.
    • Read the circumference measurement.
    • Check the corresponding size in the measurement table. We recommend choosing the largest size if the circumference is between two sizes.
  4. Wrist circumference:
    • Wrap the wrist with the measuring tape and tighten it as far as it will comfortably go.
    • Read the circumference measurement.
    • For a correct fit of our bracelets it is important to always add 1 cm to the measurement result.
    • Check the corresponding size in the measurement table.

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  1.  These are often sold in craft stores
  2. Neck:
    • Measure around the base of the neck in inches.
    • Round up to the nearest half inch.
  3. Chest:
    • Wrap tape measure under armpits around fullest part of chest (usually right above nipples
  4. Sleeve:
    • Bend your elbow and rest your hand on your hip.
    • Have someone measure from the middle of the back of your neck to your wrist by putting the tape measure over your shoulder, around your elbow and to your wrist.
  5. Waist:
    • Wrap tape measure around where you normally wear your pants. Keep tape measure a little loose by keeping a finger between the tape measure and your waist.
  6. Inseam:
    • Put on a pair of shoes.Have someone measure from your crotch to back of the heel, where you want your pants to end.
  7. Hands:
    • Measure around the hand at the fullest part (exclude thumb). The number of inches shows the size of the glove.

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6 46 3 ¾ H 14,65 mm 45,8 mm
7 47 4 I ½ 14,97 mm 46,8 mm
8 48 4 ½ I 15,29 mm 48,0 mm
9 49 4 ¾ J 15,61 mm 49,0 mm
10 50 5 ¼ K 15,92 mm 50,2 mm
11 51 5 ¾ L ½ 16,24 mm 50,9 mm
12 52 6 M 16,56 mm 51,8 mm
13 53 6 ¼ N 16,88 mm 52,8 mm
14 54 6 ¾ O 17,20 mm 54,0 mm
15 55 7 ¼ O 17,52 mm 54,6 mm
16 56 7 ½ P 17,83 mm 55,9 mm
17 57 8 Q 18,15 mm 56,8 mm
18 58 8 ¼ Q 18,47 mm 58,1 mm
19 59 8 ¾ R 18,79 mm 59,0 mm
20 60 9 S 19,11 mm 60,3 mm
21 61 9 ½ T 19,43 mm 61,2 mm
22 62 10 T 19,75 mm 62,2 mm
23 63 10 ¼ U 20,06 mm 62,8 mm
24 64 10 ¾ V 20,38 mm 64,1 mm
25 65 11 W 20,70 mm 64,7 mm
26 66 11 ½ X 21,02 mm 65,9 mm
27 67 11 ¾ Y 21,34 mm 66,6 mm
28 68 12 ¼ Z 21,66 mm 67,5 mm
29 69 12 ½ 21,97 mm 68,8 mm
30 70 13 1 22,29 mm 69,7 mm
31 71 13 ¼ 2 22,61 mm 70,7 mm
32 72 13 ¾ 2 22,92 mm 71,9 mm
33 73 14 3 23,31 mm 73,2 mm
34 74 14 ½ 3 23,86 mm 74,0 mm

from 15,5 to 16,4 cm 17 cm
from 16,5 to 17,4 cm 18 cm
from 17,5 to 18,4 cm 19 cm
from 18,5 to 19,4 cm 20 cm
from 19,5 to 20,4 cm 21 cm
from 20,5 to 21,4 cm 22 cm
from 21,5 to 22,4 cm 23 cm
from 22,5 to 23,4 cm 24 cm
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Data sheet

Yellow gold plated sterling silver 925
Polished and satin
High and low relief
Ring width
4 mm - 0.16 inches
We provide a certificate of authenticity stating the metal used (18kt gold or 925 Sterling Silver). In addition, information about the TAU cross is provided in both Italian and English language. All jewellery comes in a gift box and a sealed carry bag.

Saint Francis of Assisi speaks to people of all ages, from young to old, and never fails to fascinate and intrigue.
He does so in his innumerable writings, some of them which are signed and have survived to the present day. Through his writings we can hear his voice, at times calm and gentle and at other times firm and authoritative, skilfully displaying his mastery of Latin.
We possess little textual evidence of the saints, and much of what we do know was written about them after their deaths.
The large number of documents attributable to Saint Francis, however, is thanks to Brother Leo, who kept them safe with loving care throughout his life.
Leo, a learned priest and skilled calligrapher, was one of Francis’s first and most favoured companions.
He was a faithful friend, an inseparable secretary, a simple and pure interpreter of the thoughts of the saint and was also eyewitness to the final years of Francis's life, when he wrote about the saint's moral anguish and physical suffering almost day by day, hour by hour.
Leo witnessed some of the most significant episodes of Francis' life: he was by his side when Francis wrote the New Rule and had the privilege of seeing and touching the stigmata that Francis received on Mount La Verna.
The deep and inseparable bond between the two is confirmed in the signed letter Saint Francis dedicated to Brother Leo.
It is a blessing that the saint gave to his companion who he felt needed comfort and encouragement, and it tells of the closeness of these two men who were determined to pursue a shared mission.
This is a short letter hand-written in 1224 on Mount La Verna immediately after the stigmatisation of Saint Francis. It is kept in the Basilica of Saint Francis where it is considered to be one of the most precious relics. 
At the end of the letter one can see the "Tau" symbol of the cross with which Francis signed all his