When you buy a jewelry piece form Sansoeurs, it is handmade by highly skilled jewellers in La Coruña, Spain. Working this way, we ensure that your jewelry is of the highest quality, your stones are conflict-free and your gold is only 18k.

The metals:

All our pieces come in any color of 18k gold (yellow, rose or white). Gold is a precios metal that will not oxidize or discolor. Gold used in jewelry is an alloy, meaning other metals are present for additional strenght and to sway color. We use pure 18k gold, the highest standard in jewelry; no vermeil, no 14k gold, no gold plating.

  • Yellow gold: yellow is the natural color of gold. The higher the karat, the purer the gold. At 18k, our pieces offer the optimal mix of purity and endurance
  • Rose gold: rose gold pieces are made of yellow gold mixed with copper. The more copper mixed into the gold, the stronger the rose tone will be. Rose gold is also more durable than yellow or white gold thanks to the copper addition. However, it is not recommended for those who have any allergic reactions to copper.
  • White gold: white gold is yellow gold mixed with another metal, often Palladium, to give it a greyish-white hue.
The diamonds:

Our diamonds are ethically and responsibly sourced and meet the Kimberley Process requirements (a certification system for the international trade of diamonds not originating from countries in conflict). We only work with G VS diamonds according to the GIA classification, with optimal clarity, color and cut (the ¨three Cs¨).

  • Clarity refers to the the natural presence of inclusions in the stones and is ranked on a scale that goes from FL (flawless, only given to very rare diamonds) to I3 (visible, for diamonds with big inclusions). All our diamonds are VS in clarity (very small inclusions), a very high rank on the scale.
  • Color is used to grade white diamond on a scale that runs from pure white (D) to yellow (Z). All our diamonds are color G.
  • Cut refers to the way the rough stone was sliced and faceted to increase brilliance. Usual cut shapes are brilliant, princesse, baguette, emerald, marquise, oval or pear.

There is another important “C”, carats, which refer to a diamonds weight (0.2 grams) but are usually a good indication of size. The price of diamonds increases exponentially with the number of carats, as larger diamongs are rarer and therefore pricier.


Gold is a sturdy metal than can withstand a lot. It will, however, lose a bit of its shine through the years. To bring back its luster, simply deep it into warm soapy water, rub it gently -you can also scrub lightly with a toothbrush-, and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth. Keep your pieces in their cases and protect them if you are not going to use them for a long time.


There are various ways to find the right size for your ring: Measure an existing ring

  • Select an existing ring that fits the desired finger
  • Measure the internal diameter of the ring (in mm).
  • Use the below chart to determine your ring size

Measure your finger

  • Tie a thread around your finger
  • Cut it with a pair of scissors
  • Measure it and use the below chart to determine your ring size

Tips & Tricks: It is always a good idea to visit a jewelry shop to have your finger measured, if possible, this would be the best option to figure out your correct size.

If ordering from outside of Spain, determine your ring size according to your country’s standard, then use the International Ring Size Chart to convert to the corresponding Spanish ring size.
We guarantee to make the size that is ordered, but we cannot be responsible for conversions or fit.

Contact us HERE if you have any questions about size and fit. We are happy to assist you.

48 15,29 8 I1/2 48
49 15,61 9 J3/4 49
50 15,92 10 K 50
51 16,24 11 L 51
52 16,56 12 L1/2 52
53 16,88 13 M1/2 53
54 17,20 14 N1/2 54
55 17,52 15 O1/4 55
56 17,83 16 P 56
57 18,15 17 P1/2 57
58 18,47 18 Q1/2 58