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Fine Gold Russian Rings

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A petite solid 9ct yellow gold version of our signature Russian Ubercircles.

Can be worn as a ring or a pendant. 

CIRCA 2002 RUSSIAN UBERCIRCLES- 2021 FINE GOLD RUSSIAN RINGS

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A Fine Gold version of the Original personalised Russian Ubercircles.  When Kate launched her first website in 2002 the Russian Ubercircles were one of her first designs. The timelessness of the design has lasted for the ages and clients who purchased their Russian circles in 2002 still wear them lovingly today! The circles are made and then lovely placed inside one another signifying the endless flow of love between the giver and the wearer.

  • 3 x 9ct yellow gold hand crafted rings
  • Hand textured
  • Half flat/ half round design inspired by our Original Russian Ubercircles
  • Comes on a 45cm 9ct yellow gold chain.

ENGRAVABLE: No

DESIGN DNA: 

This Fine Gold Russian Rings design is based on our signature hand-crafted Russian Ubercircle set. This design is the flow on from the single Ubercircle. It evolved while Kate was playing in the workshop. She realised that before soldering the circles together if she lay them inside each other they would form a Russian-style ring. This necklace follows the Ubercircle ethos of a mother's desire to wear her baby's name around her neck whenever they are apart, the Russian Ubercircles are as timeless today as they were in 2002. Newly interpreted for the modern women. Wear on the chain as a pendant or your finger as a ring. 

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Hand textured
  • Half flat/ half round design inspired by our Original Russian Ubercircles
  • Comes on a 45cm 9ct yellow gold chain.
  • ENGRAVABLE: No

    DESIGN DNA: 

    This Fine Gold Russian Rings design is based on our signature hand-crafted Russian Ubercircle set. This design is the flow on from the single Ubercircle. It evolved while Kate was playing in the workshop. She realised that before soldering the circles together if she lay them inside each other they would form a Russian-style ring. This necklace follows the Ubercircle ethos of a mother's desire to wear her baby's name around her neck whenever they are apart, the Russian Ubercircles are as timeless today as they were in 2002. Newly interpreted for the modern women. Wear on the chain as a pendant or your finger as a ring. 

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