From Yasmin Everley's Astrology collection, the ring has split shoulders supporting two tiny black diamonds which represent the infinite darkness of the unknown. In the centre, a circle - considered by the Ancient Greeks to be the most geometrically perfect shape – and within it a cluster of the stars accurately forms the constellation, suspended in space by a delicate wire. This ring usually comes in bright polished Sterling Silver but also look great in oxidised silver if you prefer. The side view shows Sagittarius but illustrates the three dimensional nature of the design.
In the Ancient Greek tale, Cheiron was the wise king of the centaurs and son of Poseidon. He tutored Heracles but was later mistakenly shot with a poisoned arrow by his former pupil during a conflict with a group of drunken centaurs. As Cheiron was semi-divine and could not be killed by the poison he writhed in agony until Zeus took pity on him and placed him in the stars.
This piece is handcrafted using traditional lost wax casting and hallmarked by the London Assay Office. Please read my guide to jewellery care to ensure it lasts for many years!
Solid Sterling Silver and black diamonds.
Design is 15mm diameter x up to 2mm thick.
As this is my own design, I can have it adjusted it to almost any size! If you know your ring size, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before placing your order, otherwise I will send an average size. Please note that if your size is not in stock, your ring will take a little longer to get to you. I will email you to check this is ok before having a ring sized for you!