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Emma white & the jewellery makers

'Not all those who wander' Personalised Spinner Ring by Emma White

Regular price
£125.00 GBP
Regular price
Sale price
£125.00 GBP

Estimated delivery: 7 days. UK delivery only

Originally inspired by the J. R. R. Tolkien poem, "All that is gold does not glitter", this ring features the second line "Not all those who wander are lost". This simple spinning ring is the little sister to my Yes/No spinning ring from my time on "All That Glitters"

Have this quote or choose your own words. Choose a quote from your favourite poem, novel or song or write your own! Ask an important question or celebrate an important occasion.

A single hand stamped spinner rotates around the main textured ring. Spinning rings are perfect stress-relief tools, the spinning action is a great distraction and has a calming effect.

PERSONALISATION: You can fit up to 35 characters, which is approximately 5/6 words on the ring, depending on the length of the individual words. Please do get in touch with any queries if you are unsure what will work and I will happily advise you.

Each letter is stamped by hand and so there are slight irregularities in the alignment and depth of the letters, which are part of the charm and handmade nature of the piece. This is a very different technique from laser engraving. The stamping can be either letters or numbers but unfortunately not grammatical characters or symbols, except full stops (.) apostrophy (') and ampersand (&)

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SIZING: To size for a wide ring, we recommend ordering a size larger than your usual ring size.

If you are not sure of your size, we sell ring sizers for £5 and will send you a gift voucher for £5 with your sizer which you can use against the price of your ring when you are ready to order.

Dimensions

8mm high, and 2mm deep. Available in a range of sizes.

Made From

925 sterling silver, with enamel details.

Packaged In

Our sleek grey ring boxes.

Care

Silver should be stored away from light and heat to keep it looking its best. Silver will tarnish over time and can discolour if it comes into contact with chemicals or even react to acid in perfume and some beauty products. We recommend you put your jewellery on last when you are getting ready to go out and take it off for sleeping, washing and swimming, to keep it in tip top condition. Do not soak your jewellery or you could remove the lettering. Any build up or tarnish is easily cleaned via one of the following methods: A good old fashioned wash with an old toothbrush and some soap (take care with any leather products not to scrub too hard); a rub with a 'Goddards Silver Cloth' which is impregnated with polish; a quick (10 seconds) dip in 'Goddards Silver Dip', followed by a quick dip in hot water and a brush with soap, using an old toothbrush, then buffed dry with a soft cloth.