Regular price$170.00
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  • This item is handcrafted to order and production time can take 4 to 6 weeks
  • Packaging is minimal, plastic-free and meant to be reused or recycled to support our sustainability mission

The Eliza Ring features a quatrefoil symbol, representing good luck. "Quatrefoil" originates from the Latin words for "four" and "leaf". This symbol has existed for centuries, and we are happy to include it in our collection. The ring's top part is voluminous, with a nice, uneven texture that reflects light and showcases its volume. The inside is flat and rounded, providing comfortable wear. The ring is made entirely of sterling silver.

The top part of the ring has a diameter of 16 mm and is made with sterling silver.

The price is for one ring.


This item is handcrafted to order and production time can take 4 to 6 weeks

There’s no cramped factory or 3D printers involved in our process. We don’t keep a stock - every piece you order is custom made. We model our jewellery with wax by hand to keep our process close looped and sustainable. We’re not here to take the world by the storm, but to carefully unravel it and honour what is revealed

Please email hellowywn@gmail.com if you need a rush order.

All our pieces are handcrafted in Sterling Silver, there may be slight differences, inclusions on metals, finishings and/or stones – such as tool marks, uneven surfaces and slight color variances. Please take this into consideration when purchasing from us

Silver is a very soft metal and prone to scratches, dings, changing shape and can tarnish over time especially if not worn. We advise to take it off when you are caring heavy objects or bags, having a shower or washing hands. Wear it carefully. Love your jewels and take care of it

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