River Island Rose Cross And Band Blogger Ring Pack
  • Kat&Bee Silver skull and cross bone and grey flower ring:E
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    Ebbani, meaning desire. This carefully yet chaotic ceration has been beautifully fused together with the skull and cross bone, grey rose, charcoal and gold & silver filled beads. Your order may vary slightly to the image as no two pieces are identical.
  • Kat&Bee Gold and Grey Flower with Skull Ebbani Ring
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    Ebbani, meaning desire. This carefully yet chaotic ceration has been beautifully fused together with the skull and cross bone, grey rose, charcoal and gold & silver filled beads. Your order may vary slightly to the image as no two pieces are identical.
  • Kat&Bee Skull and Red Rose Silver Dayita Ring
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    This carefully yet chaotic creation has been beautifully fused together 925 sterling silver filled wire, wrapped around the skull and cross bone, with the iconic red fimo rose and 14ct gold filled bi-cones to add a more rock star look. Striking statement. Your order may vary slightly to the image as no two pieces are identical. And, your piece may tarnish if worn everyday but we believe Kat&Bee jewellery truly gets better with age.
  • Kat&Bee Skull, Red Rose and Pearls Chandra Ring
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    This carefully yet chaotic creation has been beautifully fused together with the skull and cross bone, red fimo rose and pearls which add a softer look. Using 14ct gold filled wire, 925 sterling silver wire and 14ct gold stardust beads to add that extra charm. A sophisticated twist on the classic best seller.
  • 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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