TEACH PRIZE RING SILVER

Regular price £395.00 Sale

Magpie Bone Crown & Baroque Pearl Ring
  • Handmade
  • Solid Silver
  • Hand Engraved & Antiqued Scrimshaw motif
  • Unique Natural Cultured Baroque Pearl
  • Distinctive Bone Crown Setting fitted individually to each Pearls shape
  • A CoJ 925 Sterling Silver Assay Hallmark

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Currently available in Men's Sizes . . . . . . 

But can also be custom made to order in Women's sizes by choosing BESPOKE & messaging us with any UK Ring Size at checkout.

XSmall {pinky finger} = UK Ring Size N

Small = UK Ring Size R

Medium = UK Ring Size U

Large = UK Ring Size Y

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Also all custom Ring Sizes for Men can be made to order by choosing BESPOKE & then messaging us at checkout with your UK Ring Sizing Letter. 

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All of our Jewellery Designs are available in solid 9Ct & 18Ct Yellow & White Golds too POA

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Also all custom Ring Sizes for Men can be made to order by choosing BESPOKE & then messaging us at checkout with your UK Ring Sizing Letter. 

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All of our Jewellery Designs are available in solid 9Ct & 18Ct White Golds too POA

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BLACKBEARD aka E. TEACH: Edward Teach’s Pirate flag depicted a skeleton

spearing a heart, while toasting the devil. Flying such a flag was designed

to intimidate one's enemies. Teach popularly known as Blackbeard tied

ribbons & smoking fuses into his huge beard & long black tresses

making himself a terrifying spectacle. Charles Johnson {writing in 1724}

described him as "such a figure that imagination cannot form an

idea of a fury from hell to look more frightful.” Teaches demise

was at the hands of Robert Manyard of the HMS Pearl. Maynard found upon

examining Teach’s corpse, probably whilst severing his head

so that it could be suspended form the bowsprit of his

ship & garner him his his reward, noted that Teach

had in this final battle been shot no fewer

than five times and cut about twenty.

 

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