Light always travels at 299,792,458 meters per second. The density of solid silver is always 10.5 grams per cubic centimeter. And a size 6 ring should always be a size 6 ring—at the counter and on the bench.
So why isn't it? Because not all sizing tools are created equal.
Enter Kate Wolf: bench jeweler, tool designer, admirer of all things well-crafted. Unsatisfied with the inconsistent ring sizing options available, she devised a truly accurate system—TRUE-SIZE. Once you try the TRUE-SIZE system, you will never want to use anything else to size a ring.
Why? Precision calibration.
Kate worked closely with Ikohe, the manufacturer of her line of Wolf Tools®, to ensure the ring sizers and mandrels in the system are precisely calibrated to one another. The mandrels and the most popular ring sizers also come clearly etched in quarter sizes (becuase half sizes just aren't accurate enough). Now you can size and design for your customers the first time, every time.
In a shop with seven mandrels, Kate and her fellow bench jewelers were always fighting over the ONE good one. They even painted its handle orange, so it wouldn't get lost. And that's how the idea for TRUE-SIZE was born. Read the rest of Kate's TRUE-SIZE story at The Studio.