RELEASE 11:
Sustainable Gold Rings of Enduring Love 

Meet our two newest LEGENDS, the Endure and Emily rings. Add a bit of romance to your everyday with these two meaningful rings originally hailing from 18th & 19th Centuries in England.

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INTRODUCING: THE ENDURE RING

THE BELT RING

The belt is a 300 year old motif that was mostly popular in 19th Century England for its strong symbolism of loyalty, strength, and eternity. Today, the Endure ring is a truly modern design that has just as much meaning and beauty as it did when it was originally made in 1840.

A symbol of your devotion and endurance of love, wisdom, and strength, the Endure ring is handcrafted in NYC with 18kt Fairmined Ecological gold. A truly charming ring that you will treasure always.

LEFT: The Endure ring, handcrafted today in NYC. RIGHT: The original belt ring, designed in 1840, England.

INTRODUCING: THE EMILY RING

A BREIF HISTORY OF THE POSY RING

The posy ring was most popular in England and France during the 16th-18th centuries. Deriving its name from the French word "po├Ęsie", this ring was named as such for the personalized engravings often found the interior (and more rarely the exterior) of the ring. These short inscriptions were mini "poems" professing love, fidelity, faith, and friendship. 

At the height of its popularity, posey rings were largely gifted to one's lover, and therefore today is considered to be the precursor to the modern day wedding band.

This beautiful soft scallop design is a distinctive motif that is truly ageless and modern. Originally designed in the Georgian Era, this posy ring was certainly ahead of its time. Handcrafted today in NYC by our master artisans, the Emily ring is a wonderfully heartfelt gift for a loved one. Our posey ring was named after famed poet Emily Dickinson for her contribution to poetry. 

The original Posey Ring, Circa The Georgian Era, 18th Century England