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Touareg Silver

Touareg Silver / SPOON RING


size : 9/11/15/16/21

In the 17th century, silverware was very expensive.

It was very difficult for ordinary people to own them, and only the wealthy
such as aristocrats and merchants could afford them.

So, a servant working for a wealthy family
stole an expensive silver spoon from his employer's house as an engagement ring for courtship
and had it made into a ring
as a proof of engagement, which is said to be the origin of the
spoon ring.

the spoon ring is a typical motif of vintage rings,
and many maisons and brands use it as an inspiration
for their spoon rings.

Since this ring is not glued, it can be
slightly bent and stretched.

You can adjust the size by yourself.

Please note that there may be individual differences in size between
each item, as these items are handmade by
We do not accept returns due to individual differences.
Please be aware of this before making your purchase

Check below to see if your order qualifies for free international shipping.

The Tuareg are a nomadic people living in North Africa, also known as the "Blue People" or "Warriors of the Desert. They make silver jewelry with traditional and delicate patterns, and their craftsmanship has been recognized by the world-famous brand Hermes, which still produces silver jewelry today.

Touareg silver is not the 925 silver (92.5% silver, the rest is made of other materials) that we are familiar with, but is made of near pure silver (100% silver).
The most distinctive feature is the use of ebony wood. The jewelry is made by the traditional method of hand carving traditional patterns one by one using a graver.

Shipping Information

iii3 ships to over 25 countries worldwide.

All orders are dispatched from our store location in Kashiwa, Japan. Orders from outside Japan, particularly from the EU and Canada, may be subject to import taxes and VAT. These potential charges would be the responsibility of the recipient and cannot be paid by iii3. It is recommended that you look up your country's "Duty the minimis value" and "Tax the minimis value" to understand what to expect regarding potential fees.

For more detailed information, please visit our shipping info page.

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