Part of the Oriole jewellery collection, this exquisite piece is made from the wool given to Oriole by Pyotr Alexeyevich Volkov, a solitary sheep he met on his travels across the Russian Steppe. Inspired by Anton Chekhov, this charming ring infuses contemporary Swiss craftsmanship with a flavour of 19th-century literature. The wool was given to Oriole by the sheep to help him keep warm in his nest. This ring should remind its wearer of the comfort of home, no matter how far afield she is.
This ring is made of 925 silver and felt. The felt sphere measures ca. 28mm in diameter.
Please refer to the Ring Size Card to establish the size you are looking for.
If your size is not listed above, please enquire.