Tortuga Swimming Silver Ring
£295
In stock

Tortuga ring in silver with the Tortuga swimming around the ring. Swimming underwater with turtles on the Mexican barrier reef inspired Cassandra's Tortuga design. They personify grace and elegance and calm, and as the saying goes: 'Slow and steady wins the race'. For the Mayans turtles symbolised rain. From the Journey to Mexico.

Turtle measures approximately 1cm in length.

These rings are made to order according to finger size, please select your size from the drop down list or contact the showroom on 020 7730 2202 for more information.

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Tortuga

Swimming with tortugas, or turtles, off the coast of Mexico, diving deep amongst the corals, in and out if the underwater gardens, was magical. Turtles personify grace and elegance and calm, and as the saying goes : 'Slow and steady wins the race'. Cassandra has designed her tortugas with shells engraved as their natural shells and the underside like the underside of their bellies. The launch of the Tortuga design was on World Turtle Day in 2018. The designs include earrings, necklace pendants, necklaces, rings and bracelets.

Silver

Silver is the most malleable of metals and when freshly polished takes a mirror like shine. All of the sterling silver used in Cassandra Goad jewellery is of the highest quality and crafted in one of our workshops in London. Cassandra always finds her silver from sustainable sources and where possible recycles the metal; never compromising on quality.

If you would like to have this design crafted bespoke for you in another metal - yellow, white or rose gold - please contact us and we will be delighted to make this for you. In some designs we can also mix metals in the same design.

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