THE GHANA Crest Signet Ring I
Signet rings date back to Ancient Egypt where they were used to seal and authenticate documents by the wearer. Handcrafted with precious metals using the traditional lost-wax casting technique. Our GHANA Crest Signet Ring features the crest from the Ghanian Coat of Arms. The first quarter of the crest features a sword used by chiefs and a staff used by linguists at ceremonies. They symbolize the traditional authority of Ghana. The second quarter features the presidential palace, the Osu Castle. The third quarter features the cacao tree, which symbolizes the agricultural wealth of Ghana. The forth quarter features a gold mine and represents the country’s vast gold stores. Our Signet Ring I style is best suited for the pinky and ring fingers on small hands.
Available in: Sterling Silver, 18K Gold Vermeil (18K Gold over Sterling Silver), Solid 10K, 14K, 18K, & 24K Gold.
Made with fair trade African gold and conflict-free fine metals.
Face of signet measures about 12mmx10mm.
All orders are ethically handmade and ship in 10-15 business days.
Contact us for custom metals (i.e. rose gold, white gold and platinum) at firstname.lastname@example.org