RAMUNE BUTTON RING IN SILVER ラムネ
RAMUNE BUTTON RING IN SILVER ラムネ
RAMUNE BUTTON RING IN SILVER ラムネ
RAMUNE BUTTON RING IN SILVER ラムネ
RAMUNE BUTTON RING IN SILVER ラムネ

RAMUNE BUTTON RING IN SILVER ラムネ

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The Ramune Button Ring features vintage, moonstone-like paste gem - with a twist. If you look closely, you'll see a small pastel rainbow trapped inside, with watery bands of blue, green, pink & white. Since these were made by hand, each gem is slightly different. 12 pink sapphires in a fancy basket setting mimic the bubbles in a carbonated drink. Solid sterling silver.

The Button Ring gets its name from a cute-as-a-button cabochon at its heart. Ramune is a Japanese soft drink of mild, refreshing & nostalgic flavor. Popular in Japan since the late 1800s (!) it's known for the iconic codd-neck bottle design with a glass marble included inside for the purpose of aeration. Many flavors have been introduced over the years, but the 'original blue' still remains the most popular amongst the fans.

The Nevermore Collection

We scoured the planet to bring you the unique, no-longer-produced, rare vintage gems that will blow you away with their beauty! Each batch comes in limited quantities; after all, there aren't many of these treasures left.

The easiest way to size your finger is with a ring that already fits. Print out the chart below & lay your ring directly over it, so that the black circle touches the ring’s inner circle.

Don't have a ring? Wrap a thin strip of paper around the base of your finger. If you have larger knuckles, measure both - you may want to choose a size between the two to allow the ring to slip on comfortably. Mark the spot where the paper meets. Measure the paper’s distance with a ruler. Use the ring size guide below to determine ring size.

it's true:

our jewelry is not for everyone.

But if you've got a hankering for something whimsical, colorful & that tells a story, you've come to the right place.

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