The folklore surrounding black cats varies from culture to culture. In Britain and Japan, they are considered good luck. Scottish lore holds that a black cat’s arrival to a home signifies prosperity. Pirates of the 18th century believed that a black cat walking away from someone brought good luck. Fishermen’s wives would keep black cats at home in hopes that they would protect their husband at sea. It was not until the Middle Ages that negative black cat superstitions took hold, with sinister and occult qualities assigned to them. These beliefs were later brought over to America where black cats were seen as demons or a companion to witches. We think they are beautiful, regal creatures who deserve to be celebrated so we put one on this ring.
- Available in .925 Sterling Silver
- Available in .925 Sterling Silver Gold Plated in 18K Yellow Gold
The two moons on the edges are a bit distorted and warped, they’re kind of smooshed and not as neat and straight as in the pictures. HOWEVER, I’ve been wearing this ring non-stop and I love it even with its smooshed moons. It’s my favorite ring I’ve ever owned and I can’t wait to get more rings from this shop. 🖤
I love this ring and it’s very comfy. My mum saw it and immediately wanted one for herself, so I got her one for Mother’s Day. Perfect for your favourite cat person!
I'm not exactly kind to my jewelry. I'm a veterinarian so my hands can get GROSS on any given day. I've been impressed so far with how well my rings have held up. I'm sure they won't last forever, but a few months in and I'm very happy with them.
This ring is perfect! High quality and super unique
This ring is so beautifully made! I have received so many compliments on it!