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.
- Available in .925 Sterling Silver
- Available in .925 Sterling Silver Gold Plated in 18K Yellow Gold
Just as described, comfortable, great quality as always. Was surprised it wasn’t sold out due to Wednesday show.
High quality, stunning, and shiny enough for my crow-brain. Its big enough to be recognizable, but fits very comfortably on my small hands. Seriously love it!
I purchased several rings on one order and I was so happy when I recieved them! They were all high quality and exactly what I wanted. I think I have almost created a full set with your pieces!
This enamel ring is beautiful and great quality. 10/10 would purchase again!
Arrived quickly, with constant shipping updates. Happy with the quality and comfort of the rings. Many thanks!🙏🏼