Sterling Skull & Crossbones Signet Ring, Engravable Monogram Initial Personalized Jewelry
Sterling Skull & Crossbones Signet Ring, Engravable Monogram Initial Personalized Jewelry
Sterling Skull & Crossbones Signet Ring, Engravable Monogram Initial Personalized Jewelry
Sterling Skull & Crossbones Signet Ring, Engravable Monogram Initial Personalized Jewelry
Sterling Skull & Crossbones Signet Ring, Engravable Monogram Initial Personalized Jewelry

Sterling Skull & Crossbones Signet Ring, Engravable Monogram Initial Personalized Jewelry

Regular price
$175.00
Sale price
$175.00

Just because we could we added a tiny pair of roguish horns to the classic skull and crossbones motif, making our little man a bit of a troublemaker but only in the best of ways. It's a bold chunky signet made in a limited edition quantity, crafted entirely in solid sterling silver. We've patinaed him in our own formula to bring out all the carefully sculpted details. Measuring 5/8" by 5/8" the engravable face is substantial enough to accommodate up to a three letter monogram or perhaps a name to commemorate your favorite little devil. Smoothly curving shoulders meet the front at it's full height before tapering to a comfortable 3/16" width at the center back of the band. We do offer an engraving service. Please convo me before purchase for details if you are interested in this service. Currently a size 8 and sizable up or down about three full sizes. Please convo me before purchase if you are interested in our sizing service. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Signet or seal rings were first used in ancient Egypt before the use of a personal written signature was developed and people needed to make proprietary marks on objects. The carved image left an impression when pressed into a piece of clay which could then be affixed to the item and ownership made known. Farther north Roman warriors wore iron signet rings to celebrate their victories, Roman nobles had them fashioned of gold and carved gemstones to advertise their wealth and status. Throughout European history the ruling classes have worn them to indicate their power by means of an engraved family crest or coat of arms and motto. In that type of seal signet the image was mirror reversed so that the impression made in wax would be legible. This was essentially an early form of notarization and rendered the document sealed as legal and binding. The tradition grew to include right sided or pseudo signet rings of souvenir status not meant to be used as a legal tool but to indicate the college one attended or the society to which one pledged. The monogramed signet ring appeared in the 18th century and it became the fashion to develop one's personal monogram and then have a ring made to accommodate it. Because of their history signet rings have always carried an air of status. Few adornments have an attitude as rich. Browse signet rings: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheEdenCollective/search?search_query=signet&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search The Eden Collective Ring Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheEdenCollective?section_id=13939721&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1 We are happy to offer layaway. For details and other policies please read my terms and conditions before purchase: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheEdenCollective/policy USA - USPS First Class with delivery confirmation and insurance 3-5 business days Canada - USPS international first class with tracking and insurance 6-10 business days International - USPS international first class with tracking and insurance 5-10 business days Please convo me for rates and availability of shipping to your location