Nature rings let us bring a symbol of the beauty and energy of the natural environment into our everyday lives. ‘Submerged’ is about the hidden depths below the surface of water. The amazing rock and coral formations on the sea or ocean floor provide a unique habitat for the marine life living among them. We snorkel and scuba to be a part of this gorgeous environment, if only for a short period of time. In this ring, I wanted to capture the feeling of space, light and shadows and that comprise this beautiful underwater world.
Nature rings pair well with many styles. The organic form of ‘Submerged’ is a great balance to fitted or geometric clothing. Or compliment flowing and relaxed outfits with this striking symbol of underwater elements. Wear ‘Submerged’ and when you answer your phone, wave to a friend or pick up your glass of wine the beauty of the ocean and its hidden treasures will compliment your movements.
Production time: 20 business days (We do our very best to ship your order as soon as possible. However, if you would like a faster production time, please email us about our rush service. Usually, we can cut the number of days by half. Unfortunately, we have to pass on our manufacturer’s fee of a 15% up charge.)
Important information about our nature rings:
Sloris silver products are solid sterling. Our 3D printing partner verifies the metal content of the silver; however individual pieces are not tested or hallmarked by an assay office or governmental agency.
Gold plating is durable, but can still scratch or wear through. To prevent damage, we recommend storing your item in a soft cloth pouch and avoiding exposure to household chemicals and cleaning products.
‘Submerged’ nature ring approximate dimensions (varies slightly depending on ring size): Inches: 0.9 width x 1.2 height x 1.4 depth Centimeters: 2.3 width x 2.9 height x 3.4 depth
Do you need a different ring size? Would you prefer solid platinum or gold? Email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to make it for you.
Read more about the inspiration behind ‘Submerged’ in our nature jewelry blog post.