Women's Metallic Horseshoe Ring

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1909" is a new collection of jewelry, inspired by antiques and handmade in NYC. We make each ring to order, which takes between 4-6 weeks. In our stores, we usually stock rings in a size 6, which ship immediately. If you're in a hurry and can't wait 4-6 weeks, email sales@ericaweiner. Com. We may be able to re-size one of our sample rings for an additional fee and speed things up. 1909 rings are made to order in full, half, and quarter sizes. If the size you desire is not in the drop down menu, please make a note of it during checkout. Since the middle ages people have used horseshoes as protective talismans and good-luck amulets. The motif became popular in jewelry in the late Victorian era, and it really hasn't fallen out of favor since. This ring is a modified version of a gem-studded charm from a gentleman's stickpin, something he used to hold his cravat in place. Our version features nine pave diamonds set in a 14k white gold horseshoe (white gold makes the diamonds look super-sparkly) and mounted on a delicate 14k yellow gold round band. Wear it and be blessed with good fortune. About)). The horseshoe motif became popular in jewelry in the late Victorian era, and it hasn't fallen out of favor since. This diamond ring was inspired by a gem-studded gentleman's stickpin, which would have been used to hold his cravat in place. Wear it and be blessed with good fortune! Details)). Age: contemporary. Made by hand in New York City. Materials: 9 pave diamonds are set in a 14k white gold horseshoe. Band is 14k yellow gold. Measurements: Horseshoe is approximately 1/4" wide and tall. Lead Time/ Terms of Sale: Please allow 6 weeks for us to build this ring to your exact specifications. It is non-returnable and not eligible for exchange. Inspiration)). Since at least the Middle Ages people have used horseshoes as protective talismans and good-luck amulets. They were originally made from iron, which was considered a magical substance in prehistoric times because it was stronger than other materials and was able to withstand fire. Another aspect of the horseshoe that added to it's good luck was the fact that it was commonly held in place by seven iron nails. Since ancient times, the number seven was considered very important. Finding a horseshoe is very lucky if the open space is facing toward you. Color: metallic

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