An antique Victorian funeral piece has been cast immortal in lovely sterling silver & hand oxidized to my obsessive shade of gloomy gray/black. This image was often pinned to the flowers that were laid to rest over the grave of a dearly departed child. Although macabre in it's original intent, I find that it can hold many meanings. . . . it has a romantic sentiment as well as a talisman for grief, whether at the passing of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or even the end of a part of your life.
By taking a unexpected object and reassigning it a new identity, I'm speaking of the surreal notions of 'objective chance', objects that were conjoined that had seemingly nothing to do with each other but were secretly connected like constellations. This ring also appeals to my obsession with Victorian mourning. such care and detail was given to the original piece!
This ring is a smaller version of the necklace i have available but it still a bold statement on the hand. At 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches at its widest. slightly carved out in the back for weight balance.
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***This ring is made to order, just for you, you will not be receiving the one pictured here. Please allow 3-4 weeks for creation and shipment of your new ring.
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