River Island Multi Cross Triple Finger Ring
  • Sian Bostwick Jewellery Tristan's ring
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    Bold ring with a strong form that sits proud of the finger. The usual shape is chunky and heavy in solid black oxidised silver reflecting Tristan's betrayal of King Mark. Highlighted elegant Victorian style detail sits on the surface of the 2 sides of the ring in brushed silver. The accompanying feminine Iseult pieces will launch later, completing the couples collection and story. All pieces are packaged in Sian Bostwick Jewellery packaging ready to be treasured.
  • Seawolf Silver Omotik Ring
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    This motif has been drawn from the Coptic cross, a symbol of orthodox Christianity used a lot in decoration throughout Kenya and Ethiopia. Although an ancient motif, the people of this area have made their own art and culture surrounding it and it has evolved into a symbol that continues to build their identity. The Omotik range both celebrates and condemns the outside influences on isolated cultures and the positive and negative effects that they may generate.
  • MICHELA Crossed Band Pave Ring
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    Elegant pave stones highlight this ring from Michela Currone. Featuring rope detailing and a crossed band style, wear this brilliant ring to your next special occasion for a dazzling look. Pave stones. Textured detailing. Band style. Metal. Imported.
  • MICHELA Rhinestone Accented Ring
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    Get chic style with this ring from Michela Currone. Crafted as a rhinestone accented criss-cross silhouette with easy slip on styling, this ring is perfect for casual or formal occasions. Rhinestone accented cross-crossed shape. Slip on styling. Metal. Imported.
  • GISELE GANNE SOLDIER rocket gun RING
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    From the 'Mourning' collection, the SOLDIER RING is 925 sterling silver. The soldier is armed with a rocket gun. Mourning or memorial jewellery has been worn for centuries, especially during the Victorian era where funerals and the events attached to burying, immortalizing, and remembering the dead was of much importance. Common symbols used in mourning jewellery included forget-me-nots, flowers, hair of a loved one, hearts, crosses, ivy leaves, and more macabre symbols such as skulls, coffins and gravestones. I refer to these and to other old or ethnic customs , urban legends as the Black Widow who kill her husbands for their money and historical events as crimes, serial killers, and suicides… My mourning jewellery illustrates these different forms of death. Each piece tells a story about the deceased and their widow.
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