A skull adorned with daffodils on each side, with black hand painted detailing and citrine eyes. A ring that tells the story of the morbid cycle of life and death.
"You find a flower half-buried in leaves, and your eye its very fate resides. Loving beauty, you caress the bloom; Soon enough, you'll sweep petals from the floor. Terrible to love the lovely so, to count your own years, to say "I'm old," to see a flower half-buried in leaves and come face to face with what you are." -Han Shan, circa 630 CE
Cast in 925 sterling silver. 2-3 mm round cut citrine set in the eyes of the skull.
This ring is made to order. Please allow 2-3 weeks processing time before shipment.