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OKO ring

This handmade ring was inspired by mythology. The item is a stylization of the eye symbol. Various world religions use this symbol.

In ancient Egyptian mythology, this is Wadget (Ujat, also the eye of Horus) — a powerful amulet worn by the pharaohs. The Greeks call the symbol Apollo or the Eye of Jupiter. For the Indians, the amulet personifies the Great Spirit, which, thus, observes their actions and is able to punish for wrong behavior. In Buddhism, the symbol carries great wisdom and enlightenment. It helps to abandon everyday life and embark on the path of perfection and spiritual development. The amulet is also of particular importance in Scandinavian mythology. It is believed that Odin gave his eye to drink from the source of wisdom.

The dimensions and weight indicated in the description are approximate and relevant for an item of size 19. Dimensions and weight of items in other sizes may differ both upward and downward.

The indicated price of the ring is valid for its size up to 22.5. Larger ring has to be priced individually.

Please indicate the size of the ordered item in the comments to the order.

Care recommendations

For the best result, entrust the care and cleaning to a professional jeweler.
Do not use household cleaners to clean the items!

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.

Time for creating (approximate)

21
day

Materials

  • Metal (silver)

Dimensions and weight

Length
2 cm
Width
2.2 cm
Height
2.2 cm
Weight
10 g

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