For the People Ring - Sterling Silver - Matte
This asymmetrical wrapped band that makes a statement on its own. Inspired by King Sejong the Great who personally created and promulgated the phonetic Korean alphabet Hangul for the people of Korea in 1443. He encouraged advancements in science and technology, believed in education for all, and promoted equality. This chunky sterling silver ring represents the grace of a great king and makes a statement piece worth talking about.
o AG 925 Sterling Silver
o Finish: Oxidized & Matte
o Nickel free
o Handcrafted in Korea
Sterling silver naturally tarnishes when exposed to salty air, chlorine, sulfur, humidity, perspiration, cosmetics, household bleach and other strong chemicals. To remove any tarnish, we recommend routinely wiping your sterling silver jewelry with the polishing cloth included. Regular wear of LOUPN sterling silver jewelry can also help prevent tarnishing as the oils in your skin help keep Silver from oxidizing faster.
- Remove heavy tarnish with warm water, mild soap and a clean, soft cotton or flannel cloth, a special sterling silver cleaning cloth or a very soft-bristle brush like a baby toothbrush.
- Silver polish or dip-style cleaning solutions are NOT recommended.
- When not in use, please store the design in the provided pouch with the anti-tarnish tab.
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Amazing cool ring with awesome meaning
The ring's meaning as a letter from a king to his people inventing essentially a new written language is probably the most unique piece of jewelry I've seen in my entire life, no joke. Such a great piece!!!