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Kirstin Ash She Collection Golden Light Dome Ring

Kirstin Ash She Collection Golden Light Dome Ring

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This is a classic, bold and distinctive statement ring. Designed with a handcrafted, tumbled texture, this piece can be teamed with other rings from the SHE collection. The Golden Light Dome Ring, complete with its organic finish, is inspired by the ethereal glow of the Moroccan sunrise and how the light forms over rust-coloured clay homes at sunset.

She Collection
Eternally enchanting, Morocco forms the backdrop of She. Cradled by the desert, She. sits between the golden light and the ochre tones. Inspired by the artisans, the labyrinthine of the alleyways, and the magic found behind every riad door, this collection is a time-honoured nod to handcrafted textures, satin finishes and the captivating colours of Tiger's Eye and Agate.

Golden Light Dome ring in sterling silver and 18k gold vermeil and in sizes 6, 7 and 8. Please select from the pulldown menu. 
Vermeil is a historical French plating method that uses a palladium barrier layer and heavy 18k gold or rose gold plating.

All rings have a sterling silver base.

Ring Size Guide
These rings come in sizes 6, 7 and 8. To find the best fit for you, measure your finger to find the best match as follows: 
• Wrap a piece of paper or string around your finger. 
• Mark the point where the 2 ends meet and this gives you your finger circumference.

Choose size 6 if your circumference is closest to 51.8mm 
Choose size 7 if your circumference is closest to 54.4mm 
Choose size 8 if your circumference is closest to 56.9mm.

Born in New Zealand and now based in Sydney, Kirstin continues to evolve the company as the lead designer alongside her brother and business partner Nick. Since the brand’s inception, Kirstin continues to experiment with unconventional mediums and design techniques. Eight years later, her distinctive aesthetic and strength of product design have nurtured the brand to where it is today. Kirstin’s great strength has always been in creating collections that weave a story and evoke a sentiment for the wearer. This quality hasn’t been overlooked by the press, and Kirstin’s pieces have gained exposure in Vogue, In Style, and Madison, amongst many other fashion titles.