Memento Mori Signet Ring RG-795

Based on a gold signet ring found during the Jamestown excavations that is thought to have belonged to Captain Christopher Lawne (1619). Memento Mori is Latin for remember your mortality. It was often practiced as a spiritual discipline to remind oneself that life is short. Like the original, the design is cut in reverse to be used as a letter seal.

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New Sizes and Newly Improved Design!

Based on a gold signet ring found during the Jamestown excavations that is thought to have belonged to Captain Christopher Lawne (1619). Memento Mori is Latin for “remember your mortality.” It was often practiced as a spiritual discipline to remind oneself that life is short. Like the original, the design is cut in reverse to be used as a letter seal. 

Handcrafted in sterling silver here in the U.S.A.

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Diaappointed
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This ring is not cut as detailed and does not leave a great readable wax impression as in the photos. Photos are deceptive. Review by jonathan (Posted on 11/17/2017)
Wonderful Ring
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So happy that I finally purchased this ring. I've been eyeing it for over a year. Very sturdy with a good weight. Can't wait to test it on some wax!! I highly recommend you purchase this ring!!! Review by Kristin (Posted on 11/14/2017)
Beautifully made
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The ring is beautifully made in heavy sterling silver. I've wanted this ring for a while, and I finally treated myself now that more sizes are available. I bought the smallest size available, and it's still a wee bit big for me, but I'll wear it on my index finger. Thanks for increasing the sizes available! Review by Lee (Posted on 9/27/2017)
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