signet rings

For most of human history, signet rings were used as signatures, traditionally worn mostly by men on the little finger, often inherited from their fathers. While its use as a unique seal has been replaced people continue to wear signet rings as a mark of their social standing or purely as fashion items.



ORIGIN



The design of signet rings goes back to the ancient Egyptians, evolving from cylindrical seals used by the ancient Mesopotamians as marks of authenticity around 3500 BC.



CLASSIC DESIGN REINVENTED



Light as a feather. This is not your typical solid signet ring, rather it's original aesthetic is presented in form of its frame, basic lines making up the skelet of the ring. What you get is a reinvented design that is not only super modern but so comfortable to wear!



All of these designs can be made in solid sterling silver or silver plated in yellow gold or rose gold. If your preferred combination is not listed here, just get in touch with us at customers@nura.design.







SIGNET RING SIMPLIFIED


The SKELET and SOLID collection is inspired by the aestheic of seal rings. The original massive volumes of such rings are outlined by subtle minimalist lines with just the top of the ring letf solid, or and empty space making the ring structure stand out.





FULL OF TEXTURE


If you like a bit more structure, you might enjoy the ETCHED collection that offers a number of different textures created by etching and casting silver. All of the designs below can be made from sterling silver or plated in gold and even rose gold.







HOW TO WEAR?



While signet rings have traditionally been worn on the pinky finger, this too has changed. You can wear yours however you preffer.



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