What is a signet ring?

From the latin word ‘signum’ meaning sign, Signet rings have been around since 1800BC, Egypt. Most common seal amongst pharoahs, the scarab.

Traditionally, Signet Rings were engraved with a family seal or initials and used by religious and royal elite gentlemen to seal letters and important documents, with hot wax.

Pope Benedict XVI Fishermans ring.

Worn today by not only men, but women alike, often given as gifts on their 21st birthday. They are traditionally worn on the little finger of the less dominant hand.

Seen by some to show membership and allegiance to groups and organisations. Seen by others as a stylish accessory. Either way, this piece will elevate any style and be sure to make you stand out.

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