Ring made of yellow 14k gold decorated with grandel. The sides are complemented by a detailed plastic motif of oak leaves and acorns. The leaves are a combination of yellow and contrasting rose gold.
Grandel is a hunting term for a tooth of a doe or deer, specifically a cuspid tooth. In the jewelry industry, these teeth are used as a decoration for hunting jewelry and only the best and highest quality pieces are selected.
At the same time, the grandel is one of the hunting trophies that the hunter always wore visibly, thus proving his strength, courage and skill, and thanks to that he placed himself in a certain caste of higher society. Later, hunting trophies were also used to decorate the interiors, for example, antlers on the walls.
This is an antique product, the warranty period is 12 months.