Your Pa always had 'that' ring, you know. Something that had seen a couple of World Wars, the Great Depression and several bouts with scurvy. Essentially, a few real hit-outs that build significant intrinsic value. The ring may have looked like a bruised mango, but you know it could spin a yarn.
To be fair, they always had a slick bit of style, nothing too extravagant, very squared and reliable.
There's a bizarre feeling that these rings have a generational leap, that surpassed ours. So we've felt a responsibility to design a piece, not for you, but for your kid's kid's. Something that will need a conduit for the time being, which will be on your hands. But make no mistake, this is not for you, it's for them.
Or, your kid's.
Or, your kid's kid.
We've built this thing to last
The only issue I have with that ring your pa had, was how sparse they were with the gold. To be fair, thats the industry as a whole. Clutching at those few extra pennies. At least your pa's generation, coming out of the ass of the great depression, had good reason to not be wrapping too much currency around that pinky finger.
It has a solid negative tapered band, with a V shaped canal. Very smooth flow into the under side of the size, built for comfort. It's strange to think of jewellery as comfortable, but believe me, a squared sharp profile, like your Pa used to wear, feels like game in the Saw movie.
So meet, Your Pa's ring. It's not for you, it's for them. House it for us in the meantime. Build some stories into the bastard. You're not just passing on a ring, you're passing on a lifetime. So for the love of god, get out there and build some experiences onto this canvas.