Edification Ring Sterling Silver

MG-R-344-SL

$63

Clear
Description

Inspired by ceremonial jewelry found in old tombs throughout Israel, this ring features a unique design that draws comparison to vintage finds unearthed long ago. Made out of 925 sterling silver and beautified with a textured finish, the ring stylishly but subtly represents the story of Israel and its people.

Shipping & Returns

Shipping

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Exchange & Return Policy

It is our hope that you will be completely satisfied with your purchase of Megemeria jewelry. However, if you are unsatisfied for any reason, we provide a 30-day money-back guarantee on items purchased through this website. For more information, please visit Terms & conditions

More Information
Width

0.37 in / 9.6 mm

Material

925 Sterling Silver

Hand made & Meaningful

Each of Megemeria jewelry item is lovingly crafted by a new immigrant and captures their sentiment and personal design interpretation.

925 Sterling Silver

Every Megemeria item is created in 925 Sterling Silver, with high quality 18k gold plating. We believe quality shines through.

Support

100% of your purchase is invested in a social business that sets an example of self-sustainability

Free delivery

Enjoy free standard delivery around the globe. Express delivery options for last-minute gifting is also available.

Our glamorous ring category features unique cocktail rings to delicate items to celebrate any occasion. The ring collection offers a diverse selection of 925 sterling silver rings with motifs that date the ancient art of Ethiopia’s Axum period and echo the Ethiopian people’s decorative heritage. We invite you to slide one on your finger and enjoy the wonderful experience of our products!
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