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Edgar Allan Poe’s 1845 poem “The Raven” explores the theme of undying devotion. Throughout the poem, the narrator experiences a conflict between desire to forget and desire to remember. A raven sits above his door repeatedly tormenting him with a single word. This signet ring fuses its inspiration from the classic poem and the Victorian mourning jewelry of the same era.
The quality is great & I love the theme of style. I appreciate the fast shipping, and I will be purchasing more pieces :)
The ring looks beautiful and fits perfectly. Now I just need it to help me befriend local ravens and than I can be a proper eccentric. It’s seriously more stunning in person than online.
I’ve had my eye on this ring forever and I’m glad I got my size as soon as it was back in stock.
I've been eyeing this ring for so long and I finally got it and it's even prettier in person. I'm mad at myself for waiting so long and missing other gorgeous pieces. If you're on the fence, buy it!!
I now have both the ring and necklace and my life is complete. 🖤