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
Beautifully made ring. Great quality and have received many compliments! Will definitely be buying more pieces!
I love it! It’s exactly as photographed and has a lovely weight to it.
I bought the silver in an 8 and it’s too big for me but I gifted to my daughter, and of course, she loves it! She’s in college in Boston very close to the Edgar Allan Poe statue. Anyway, I cannot wait for a restock so I can buy in a smaller size!!
Great tribute to Poe, and high quality!