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Evil Eye Signet Ring

Lee Renée

£225.00 GBP

Ring

Size (UK)
Color
Gold

    A fun, feminine take on the traditional signet ring - featuring a cute 'evil eye' - said to ward off bad vibes and evil spirits.

    The golden eye is set into a circular piece of cow horn. The whole piece is then inlayed into a signet ring shape made from recycled silver and then heavily overlayed with 18ct Gold vermeil.

    Handmade in London and come beautifully packaged in a Lee Renee branded box. 

    Size

    Cow horn measures 1cm in diameter. Ring sits approx 0.3cm above finger.

    About Lee Renée

    London-based jewellery designer Lee Renée effortlessly blends fashion and craftsmanship, and is fast growing a name in the fine-fashion jewellery sector thanks to her signature blend of delicate, exacting and narrative-driven pieces that are easy to wear and tell powerful, distinctive stories.

    Beautifully designed and expertly crafted, they make timeless additions to any jewellery collection.

    Everything is skilfully handmade by Lee and her team of Hatton Garden's master craftspeople, combining modern technology and traditional techniques.

    Vogue magazine voted her into their list of 'Jewellery Designers to watch for 2015' - her work has also been featured in Elle, Sunday Times Style, Stylist, iD, Hello! and The Telegraph amongst many other style publications, plus she has a number of private celebrity clients.

    Lee launched her brand in 2012 after spending 3 years retraining as a silversmith under some of St. Martin's and Hatton Garden's finest - in the heart of London's jewellery quarter - she's also a member of the British Jeweller's Association (BJA) and the British Pearl Association (BPA).

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