Dance of Death Ring
A wide, non-closed handmade ring depicting the Dance of Death.
The ring design was inspired by the painting “Dance of Death” by Bernt Notke. The Dance of Death is an allegorical subject of painting and diction of the Middle Ages, representing one of the variants of European iconography of the frailty of human existence: personified death leads to the grave dancing representatives of all strata of society — nobility, clergy, merchants, peasants.
Made of sterling silver with artificial blackening.
Each item is created and processed by hand in St. Petersburg.
Available in sizes 15 to 23.
Please note, we work by pre-order, manufacturing time is about 7 working days.
Dimensions and weights given in the description are average values. Exact values depend on the selected ring size.
Do not expose silver jewelry to cosmetics and household chemicals. We recommend that you remove your jewelry when washing your hands, bathing, swimming or playing sports. In other words, if you want to preserve the beautiful appearance of your silver jewelry without worry, protect it from contact with anything that can cause a chemical reaction in the metal.
The item is not stamped on the conveyor. This means that it is impossible to create a copy that is absolutely identical to the original. The author will always strive to ensure that the item is as similar as possible to what you see in the photographs, however, an item made to order may have slight differences in the texture and/or pattern of the materials used, color, size, weight, etc.
Due to the color rendition of some devices, the color of the product may slightly differ from what is shown in the photographs or displayed on the screen of your device.