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Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring(Sizes 5,6,7,8,9,10)

Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring(Sizes 5,6,7,8,9,10)




Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring(Sizes 5,6,7,8,9,10) Features:

  • Top is 1/2″ Wide
  • Weight is About 5 Grams
  • Marked 925

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Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring(Sizes 5,6,7,8,9,10) Description:

This puzzle ring comes with 4 individual interlocking bands that are fit together to form a Celtic twist. We cannot take the ring back if it is apart, so if you decide to take the ring apart, be aware that it can be quite a challenge to put back together.

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  1. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful ring (and solution)!, December 3, 2006
    By 
    Angela “Angel” (United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring(Sizes 5,6,7,8,9,10) (Jewelry)

    I love this ring! It’s interesting to look at, and I like the design. I haven’t taken the string off for fear of not being able to figure out the puzzle. Maybe one day I might try it, but I like it so much I don’t want to chance it now. Shipped fast.

    9/26/07 – update SOLUTION

    The following is a step by step solution for a thin band, four link puzzle ring Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring (Size 5,6,7,8,9,10). I e-mailed Silver Insanity and asked for the solution to this particular ring, and this is what I received. I did not edit any of the information sent. It’s a bit wordy, but it works. I hope this helps everyone.

    1. You will notice that the four bands are similar, but upon closer inspection there are slight differences. Two of the links have a simple peak to them, and the other two links have a dip and a peak. Look carefully to identify each link. At this time, single out the link that has a simple peak, with 4 etches carved into it. (The etches may be faint, compare the two simple peak links and choose the one with more grooves)

    2. Once you have found the simple peaked link with four grooves, hold that link only, letting the other links dangle. Turn the ring so that the top of the peak is pointing away from you. There should be two links dangling from the link you are holding, with the fourth link dangling from those two links.

    3. While still holding the four grooved link, take the other simple peaked link, which should be the one dangling from the bottom, and bring it up to meet with the one you are holding. You should now be holding the two links together, the bands of the links together, and the points of the peaks pointing outwards, opposite of each other (It should look like a diamond)

    4. Continue holding the links together with your thumb and pointer finger (you will need your other fingers for the next part).

    5. You will notice that you now have the two ‘dip and peak’ links dangling from the two links you are holding. Select the link on the right—this is trial and error, sometimes the correct link will be on the right already, and sometimes you may have to pass the wrong link over the top of the ring in order to place the correct link in the proper position. The two dangling links are very hard to tell apart, so you will discover which is the correct one for the next step by following these instructions :

    6. After grabbing the dangling link on the right, turn the link so that the peaks and dips face you. Looking at the link, notice the dips and peaks. You want the link that has peaks that point like arrows to the LEFT, then the right. (The other link has peaks that point like arrows to the RIGHT, then left )

    7. When you have found the correct link for the next step, hold it taut against the two simple peak bands you have been holding between your thumb and forefinger. The band of those two links should now be resting against the LEFT pointing peak of the selected link, and you should adjust your hands so that you are holding that link on your pinky, taut.

    8. With your free hand, grab the last remaining link. Turn the link so that the peaks and dips face the top of the ring (you should be holding the ring upright the entire time) Bring the remaining link towards the right, and overlap it with the link you’re holding on your pinky. The easiest way to do this is to imagine you are trying to put the other link on your pinky with the one that’s already there. If this is done correctly, you will still be holding the two simple peak links between your thumb and forefinger, and they will form a diamond shape. You will also be holding the other two links on your pinky, they should form a figure eight, with the other two bands passing through the center.

    9. At this point, I usually change the position of my hands. Now ,hold the figure eight together with your thumb and middle finger, trying not to disrupt the other ones too much! Try to maintain the diamond shape in some way, hold it however you are comfortable, in a way that will enable you to continue with these instructions.

    10. Select the link on the top, closest to you. (part of the diamond) Spin the link around so that the peak fits through the figure eight—also, make sure that once the peak is inside the figure eight it also passes through the band of the other part of the ‘diamond’ . When the link has been spun, and passed through the figure eight and the band of the remaining link, fold it downwards, so that it is flush with the two links that form a figure eight.

    11. Well, you made it to the last remaining link…congratulations!

    All you have to do now is carefully spin the last link so the peak fits between the peaks and gaps of the…

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  2. 6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    FRUSTRATING, December 19, 2005
    By 
    L. A. Dunn (Atlanta, GA USA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sterling Silver Celtic Knot Puzzle Band Ring(Sizes 5,6,7,8,9,10) (Jewelry)

    Now we see why the maker is called Silver Insanity. We bought the ring and it came today – it was beautiful. I took the rope binding the ring off and it came apart nearly instantly. We have been working on putting it back together for 3 hours. There is no answer key with the ring, and apparently no key on the web. The maker will not take it back if it has been separated. So if anyone knows how to put the dang thing back together, please email dunnhorn@yahoo.com

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  3. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    dude..it’s a PUZZLE ring., December 28, 2010
    By 
    mancha

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    For those of you having difficulty with the ring..
    I think you forgot it’s supposed to be a PUZZLE.
    if it were easy, what fun would that be!
    – great ring, I love it..it was a fun challenge :)

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