Angular Spider Web Ring
A stunning ring with blackened brass and enamel
Brooding, brilliant and dressed to kill, an evil queen always plans everything meticulously. She is always dressed to the nines and effortlessly fashionable. She knows how to accessorize, and wouldn’t be caught dead without coordinated jewelry! We’ve created this ring to be the perfect companion to anything in our Moonless Nights collection, especially our Spiderweb Coat.
The laser-cut shape was specifically crafted by our designer to look like a creepy spider. It uses sharp, jarring angles to give it a cold, evil feel. The brass is beautifully finished and completely smooth – there aren’t any sharp edges to catch on anything. The back of the spider contains an adjustable brass ring to ensure it will fit on any finger.
We’re excited to say that this magnificent piece of jewelry uses two new technologies we've been working to perfect: the chemical shading of brass and enameling. The blackening gives that brass that beautiful rich coloring, which is unusual and visually stunning. Red enameling is used on the head and back of the spider, which really makes it stand out!
If one spider ring isn’t enough, take a look at our other design – it’s a little bit more curved with spindly legs.
Please contact us if you have any additional questions.
- ArmStreet exclusive design;
- Adjustable size;
- Enamelled accents;
- Blackened brass.
- Length of the spider: 7.5 cm (2 15/16'');
- Width of the spider: 6 cm (2 3/8'').
This item is part of the “Moonless Night” collectionView collection
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Cecilia 27 of August 2022:
I knew it was going to be gorgeous but I was dumbfounded by how beautiful it was.
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